These are a few of the recounts that the children wrote after making bubbles with Ms Walta.
Colourful Semantics Bubble Fun by Sarah
Yesterday, just before home time Mrs Waller, Ms K, Ms Walta and 213 children went outside to make bubbles.
Firstly, we went outside to the basketball court. Next Ms Walta showed us how to make bubbles.
Later we played with the bubbles and it was fantastic. The bubbles were shiny, enormous and sparkled like a rainbow.
The afternoon was entertaining.
Bubble Fun by Aishmeen
Yesterday in the afternoon 213, Mrs Waller, Ms Walta and Ms K went near some shady trees at the oval.
First Ms Walta taught us how to use the tri-string bubble wand. Then Ms Walta made some bubbles with the tri-string and 213 ran after the bubbles.
Next Mrs Waller put us in teams. We got a tri-string and each of us made bubbles.
Finally, we packed up and went back into class.
Making bubbles was super, dooper fun with Mrs Waller, Ms Walta and Ms K.
Colourful Semantics Bubble Fun by Amalea
Yesterday, just before home time the class in 213, Mrs Waller, Ms Walta and Ms K went outside on the oval to make some bubbles.
First Ms Walta showed us how to make the bubbles. The bubbles were chubby and happy.
Next Ms Walta and Ms K did some bubbles and we had to pop them. Then Mrs Waller gave us numbers and they were 1,2,3,4. The we went into our groups and we took turns making bubbles. We used the bubble wands to make them. The bubble wands were called tri-strings and some bubble wands had clips and some did not have clips. The wands that had them meant you could make shapes with them.
Finally, we finished and then we went back to the classroom. It was extremely so much fun.