3/4J Check it Out @JoySunBear Has Landed In Iran

Joy Sun Bear Has Landed In Iran

Hello Friends! سلام دوستان

I’ve headed west and landed in the beautiful land of Persia, also known as Iran! Filled with ancient buildings, intricate geometric art, poetry, music, and some of the most exotic food in the world, Iran has much to offer an adventurous tourist like myself!




3/4J this is so exciting that we can learn about a country we have never spoken about. Joy Sun Bear has some pictures on his website to share, here are some examples. I also have a new colouring picture to share with you that the team at Joy Sun Bear would love to see when you have coloured in your work.





  One thought on “3/4J Check it Out @JoySunBear Has Landed In Iran

  1. Dylan
    March 14, 2016 at 11:32 pm

    1.Tell me 3 new facts you have learnt about Iran.
    Salam is how they say hello in Iran.
    The capital city is Tehran.
    The Iran flag is Green, white and red.

    2.Tell me 3 amazing site you can see in Iran (the video below might help you
    Garden of Paradise
    Largest water cave in the world called Ali- Sadr Cave
    Highest volcano on Asia

    3..If you were to visit Iran like Joy Sun Bear, what would you like to do? and what foods would you eat?

    I would like to visit the food place and eat the beef and chicken kababs and some naan bread with rice.
    I would like to swim in the largest under water cave.

  2. makiala
    March 14, 2016 at 11:33 pm

    1. Tell me 3 new facts you have learnt about Iran.
    Salam means hello!

    joy sun bear has travelled there and landed there

    in the summers its hot and dry and everyone stays inside

  3. Sarah
    March 17, 2016 at 4:56 am

    1.Tell me 3 new facts you have learnt about Iran.
    Salam means hello!

    Iran is very hot.

    Iran has a lot of people.

  4. March 17, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    Salam friends! Wow! So happy to see you guys are learning a lot about Iran! 🙂

    Dylan, the beef and chicken kabobs are my favorite, I love the sweet smell of the saffron and other spices. It is so tasty with the rice and tahdig! Yummy!

    Makiala, I am glad you are learning the Persian language and can now say hello to others in a new language. My friend Ali told me that Salam actually comes from the word Salam Alaikom in Arabic, which means “may peace be with you.” So not only are you saying hello to someone, you are wishing them peace as well. Isn’t that great!

    Sarah, Iran does have a lot of people, but the streets of Tehran are emptier this time of year for Nowruz because people are visiting other parts of the country. I am greatly enjoying all the shopping getting ready for the new year! You can watch some videos with Mrs. Joyce about how the city looks during this time of year.


    Great job friends, keep up the good work!

    -Joy Sun Bear

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