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Bubbles

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The animation is about a girl called Gabby. Gabby is walking on the beach and finds a bottle of bubbles. When she blows it, she gets transported into fantasy. She has fun riding on bubbles and meets people and things on her way.

Monday 30th March 2020

Discuss the main character in the film and gather words and phrases to describe her.

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Draw what she can see and then write what she is thinking whilst inside the bubble.

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Ask your child to recall what happens in the film ‘Bubbles’ and encourage them to retell the story using full sentences.

Discuss things the girl can see. Ask children to describe them by including colours and other adjectives e.g. beautiful moon, twinkly stars etc. Add in things they could see such as an alien in a rocket ship or a shooting start.

Now create sentences about what the girl saw in space or under the sea. Try linking some of your sentences together using the coordinating conjunction ‘and’ or extending your sentences using the subordinating conjunctions ‘because’, ‘that’, ‘when’ or ‘if’.

Thursday 2nd April 2020

If you were to find a bottle of magic bubbles. and you could fly anywhere in the world, then where would you go and why?

Start to plan your adventure today and write down key words. Try to think of adjectives that describe the things you might see and what you might hear or smell.

Friday 3rd April 2020

Weekly writing challenge:
If you were to find a bottle of magic bubbles, and you could fly anywhere in the world, then where would you go and why?

Today you need to use your ideas from yesterday to create your own story.

Remember that adjectives (describing words) can be used to describe the nouns (objects, people, places) in a sentence.

Use the success criteria to help you check your writing.
Success Criteria
• Sentences start with a capital letter.
• Sentences have spaces between words and handwriting is neat.
• Sentences makes sense.
• Try using the coordinating conjunctions ‘and’, ‘but’ and ‘or’.
• Try using the subordinating conjunctions ‘because’, ‘if’, ‘when’ and ‘that’.
• Adjectives are separated with a comma.
• Sentences end with a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark.

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