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Week 3 and 4 Learning

Find out that what happens when this little girl finds some magic bubbles. 

 

https://www.literacyshed.com/bubbles.html

 

 

 

Mrs Tyler’s Example:

Idea 1: The bubbles will only work if you blow the biggest bubble. If you blow small bubbles then they won’t take you anywhere. But if you blow gigantic bubbles, then step inside of them, then it will take you somewhere.

 

Idea 2: You have to picture where you want to go in your head. You blow the bubbles and have to think about the place you want to go at the same time. If the picture is really clear in your head, then the bubbles will transport you to where you want to go. But, if the picture in your head isn’t clear, and you don’t know where you want to go, then the bubbles will not take you.

 

Idea 3: You have to blow three small bubbles, then say out loud the place that you want to go. When you say the place, you have to do it in a silly voice otherwise the bubbles don’t listen to you.

 

Mrs Tyler’s example:

  1. Firstly, unscrew the lid off the magical bottle of bubbles but do this carefully because you don’t want to spill any!
  2. Secondly, you need to fill your lungs with lots of air because you need to blow the biggest bubble. To do this, you need to blow the bubble for at least 10 seconds!
  3. Next, gently step inside the giant, transparent bubble but take care because you don’t want it to burst. My top tip is to move really slowly.
  4. Fourthly, you have to say, out loud, where you want the bubble to take you. However, the magical bubble is a little bit cheeky and will only listen to you if you use a really silly voice.  
  5. Lastly, say were you want to go, in a silly voice, and close your eyes. Remember to close them really tightly because if you peak the bubble will pop and won’t take you anywhere.

 

Mrs Tyler’s example:

My dearest Sara,

Please don’t be sad. Please don’t cry. I understand how confused you must be feeling because the bubbles did take me on an amazing adventure and they haven’t taken you. I understand that you might feel cross because the bubbles haven’t worked for you. But I have something that I need to tell you. I know the secret of how to make the bubbles work and I am going to share it with you. Did you know they are magic bubbles and you have to do certain things to make them work? Are you ready to go on the adventure of your life time?

 

Mrs Tyler’s example:

To Sara,

Please don’t be sad. Please don’t cry. I understand how confused you must be feeling because the bubbles did take me on an amazing adventure and they haven’t taken you. I understand that you might feel cross because the bubbles haven’t worked for you. But I have something that I need to tell you. I know the secret of how to make the bubbles work and I am going to share it with you. Did you know they are magic bubbles and you have to do certain things to make them work? Are you ready to go on the adventure of your life time?

 

Pick up the bubbles and hold them close to you because you don’t want to lose any of the precious liquid.

  1. Firstly, unscrew the lid off the magical bottle of bubbles but do this carefully because you don’t want to spill any!
  2. Secondly, you need to fill your lungs with lots of air because you need to blow the biggest bubble. To do this, you need to blow the bubble for at least 10 seconds!
  3. Next, gently step inside the giant, transparent bubble but take care because you don’t want it to burst. My top tip is to move really slowly.
  4. Fourthly, you have to say, out loud, where you want the bubble to take you. However, the magical bubble is a little bit cheeky and will only listen to you if you use a really silly voice. 
  5. Lastly, say were you want to go, in a silly voice, and close your eyes. Remember to close them really tightly because if you peak the bubble will pop and won’t take you anywhere.

 

Mrs Tyler’s example:

1.Rainforest

Sara went to the tropical rainforest. When she was in the rain forest she saw parrots and monkeys in the trees. She saw a river running through the middle of the rainforest. She saw lots of tropical insects like frogs and lizards too.

 

2.Savannah Desert

Sara also went to the Savannah desert and she saw…

 

 

Mrs Tyler’s example:

Rainforest:

Parrot

multi-coloured, tropical, beautiful, squawky 

Monkey

fluffy, soft, swinging, banana eating, playful.

River

mystical, gushing, 

Lesson 9: To write a letter.

You have all of the skills now to write a really, great letter. So, you are going to write a letter to anyone you want. Maybe you will write to someone in your bubble to explain how lovely it has been to spend so much time with them.

Maybe you will write to someone who isn’t in your bubble, a family member that you have missed seeing.

Or maybe you will write a letter to a friend that you haven’t seen for a while.