Tuesday, March 23, 2010


We blew bubbles. We got in groups. The bubbles were shiny. Then I blew some big bubbles. The bubbles dripped on my arm and into my shirt. The bubble was sparkling. The bubbles were shaped like a sphere. We blew some bubbles outside Room 11's bay. The bubbles were fantastic. Sarona's one looked like a sausage and Lukis blew one and it looked like a sausage too. The bubbles were soapy. Iisa had some soap on his hair. My group put soap on the floor and did the moon walk. Some peoples bubbles went over the school. It was a lot of fun.

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Gaynor said...

Sounds like you guys really had fun with the bubbles. Good story about the bubbles, too - made me want to blow some.

Josie and Zara said...

Hello Josephine,
It sounds like you had lots of fun with bubbles. Your writing is very good. We like how you used lots of adjectives. It sounded pretty.
From Josie and Zara in Room 8 at Grey Lynn School.

JORJA said...

HELLO JOSEPHINE that sounds like and what a great big bubble FROM JORJA

Ashleigh said...

Hi Room 11
I did that when I was in your claas.It was a cool thing to do.Lots of the bubble mixture was driping down my arms while trying to blow some bubbles.I hope you guys had fun.


mapping the social landscape said...

Hi Josephine!

It sounds like you all had a great time making bubbles! Thanks for sharing. It makes me want to go blow bubbles too :)
From Hannah, Winston-Salem, NC USA

Rebecca Cowart said...

Greetings from Mobile, Alabama. My name is Rebecca and I am a college student. I came across your blog as part of an assignment for one of my classes. I absolutely LOVE to blow bubbles, so I definitely enjoyed your post. There are so many different things that you can do with bubbles...big, small, long, or short. Each one is unique...just like us! Keep up the good work and good luck!

Litia Rm 15 said...

Hi Josephine,

That was a really cool story about blowing bubbles. I loved how you used so many interesting words to describe the bubbles. It sounds like you had a great time blowing bubbles.I can't wait for your next post. Keep up the great work.