Have You Seen the Bears - Teddy Bears

Here's why people in Melbourne are putting teddy bears in their front windows

Media reports are sharing glimpses of bears peering out of windows in the United Kingdom, the US, New Zealand, Australia, and also Canada.

Now the bear, along with a stuffed panda Tytler picked up years ago at the San Diego Zoo, is among the many teddy bears called into service once again for little girls and boys - and not-so-little girls and boys - seeking something to do in these disquieting, social distancing days of COVID-19. She said she figured a few people would likely join in.

Among the displays was one by New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda, who put two bears in the window of her home in Wellington. She hopes to see the movement grow here.

Now, her Facebook group "Bear Hunt 2020 (Official Group USA!) Started in the 401", is approaching 16,000 members - up more than 1,000 from Monday to Tuesday alone.

Not only can the bear hunts be fun, but they serve as educational opportunities for children to learn more about the coronavirus and practicing good hygiene. "We can't go over it, '" Wise read to her students. "It just allows them to have a bit of light-hearted relief to enjoy some teddies and hopefully exploring around the neighborhood they see other teddies, and it creates a bit of an adventure for kids who are dealing with really uncertain circumstances at the moment". Please take part and leave your response as well.

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I was just talking to my sister and she said that her daughter lives up in Kansas. The father said that now he could feel relieved as well. "I posted that pretty late yesterday", she said.

Mansfield said they've not had one complaint. "The crisis will become past anyway". "They are not going to school, not seeing their teachers or friends. A moose in the window", she said.

"I've always felt a sense of my local community, and being part of it", she said.

Hopkins said the reaction has been so immediate and positive because it's a free activity that has no "gender, age or income boundaries". "We kept looking, and it was only that, and I had completely forgotten what was going on until we pulled back into the yard".

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