At the North Pole school
It’s winter. White bears are going to school.
“Hi, Tony, Oliver, Tim! Look! It’s snowing!” says one of the bears.
“Hi, Rebecca, look at this snowflake! Isn’t it beautiful?
I’ll give it to Mrs Hoppe,” Tony shows Rebecca a nice little snowflake.
“I’ll give her this nice snowflake,” says Rebecca, showing Tony her snowflake.
Tim, their friend, also has something in his paws: “Look at my huge snowflake! I’ll give it to Mrs Hoppe, too!”
“And I’ll give her a lot of snowflakes!!!” says Oliver starting to make a pile of snow.
The bears are at school. They show their snowflakes to the teacher.
“Oh, Rebecca, Tony, Tim, thank you so much!!! Your snowflakes are amazing!” says Mrs Hoppe.
Suddenly the door opens and a very big snow pile comes in. Oh! It’s not a pile. It’s Oliver!
“Mrs Hoppe, all these snowflakes are for you!” he says giving the pile of snow to the teacher.
Mrs Hoppe is surprised: “Oh, Oliver! That’s a LOT of snow!!! Let’s make a snowman!”
They all go outside and make a snowman. “I’m happy!” says Oliver, “I love winter!”