Talk to your child about bubbles:
What do you know about bubbles?
Have you ever blown bubbles?
When and where?
What did the bubbles look like?
What happened to them?
Watch a video of making large bubbles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4BByh4zrWs
If you can, blow some bubbles of your own and watch them very carefully.
What do they look like?
How do they move?
What happens to the bubbles?
Do they make a sound when they move?
We can hear some bubbles, for example, bubbles made under the water. Listen to the sound these kind of bubbles make. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB5Taq3jdzM
Together come up with and write a list some words that you might use to describe bubbles. Think about what it looks like, feels like and sounds like (e.g. big, small, bright, empty, sparkling, delicate, quiet etc.)
Can you create an acrostic poem about bubbles using the describing words that you have come up with.
Recently we have had to stay at home where we were safe in our own bubbles.
Who is in your home bubble?
What do yo do in your bubble?
What do you do to stay safe in your bubble?
Can you make a poster of your home bubble? You could draw the people who are in your bubble inside it, write their names, draw pictures of the things you do and what you do to stay safe.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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