Billy's a bit of a worrier. He worries about so many things, like hats and rain and clouds and giant birds, that it keeps him awake at night. One night Billy stays at his Grandma's and tells her about being worried. She has the ideal solution – a set of worry dolls who will do Billy's worrying for him while he sleeps.
Billy is thrilled and sleeps like a log but soon starts to worry about the worry dolls having so many worries! This time, however, he doesn't need anyone else's help but uses his own resourcefulness to overcome his problem.
We are taking part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch between the 28th and 30th January. We will do this in our Forest School sessions. Why not join in at home and count how many birds you can see and make your garden more attractive for birds. Go to rspb.org.uk for more information.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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