Sally and Possum Season 4 Episode 13 – Possum plays school

Sally and Possum Season 4 Episode 13 – Possum plays school

November 29, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


Hello. (SNORES) Huh?
Look. Oh! Hmm. Wow! Huh?
Look. Ah. I’m Sally. And I’m Possum. BOTH: Hello! Hmm. Yes, that looks good. Oh, hello, everyone. I just finished my painting. Oh, I love painting. It’s a wonderful way
to relax and de-stress. It helps me to think about all the
different shades of the colours and the shapes that are made. I wonder where Possum is. Oh! Here he is. Hello, Possum. Hi, Sally.
Hi. I haven’t seen you
since breakfast, Possum. I’ve been very busy. What have you been busy doing? Preparing for Possum School. Possum School? Is that far away? No. You know where it is.
It’s just out there. (SALLY LAUGHING) Sally, are you using the easel? I was using it. Luckily, I’m finished. Could I borrow it? Yes, of course you can borrow it. Fabulous. This is a beautiful painting. Thank you. Look at the sky, and the clouds, and the trees. And the trees again,
and the clouds and the sky. Thank you, Possum. You know when you look in a mirror
and you see your reflection? It’s the same as this. Here. Have a look. The water acts like a mirror and the image is reflected. See? The trees are reflected
in the water, then the clouds are reflected
and the sky is reflected. It’s a pattern. Yeah, you’re right, Sally. Look. The blue, the white, the green, green again, then white, and blue. Oh, it looks great. Thank you. (CHUCKLES) I’m ready for school. OK, off you go. Have fun. Yes, I will have fun. Sally, do teachers have fun too? Oh, yes, Possum. Teachers really do enjoy
teaching children all sorts of different things. They do have fun. (GASPS) Sally, would you like
to be my teacher? Oh, yes. I would happily
become your teacher. Fantastic. OK. What should we learn today? Hmm.
Hmm. (GASPS) I know. I want to learn more about
your painting, and the patterns. Oh, yes. That would be good fun. We could look at all sorts
of different patterns – maybe colour patterns
or shape patterns. OK, let’s go. I’m ready! Alright, let’s go. Off you go.
Quick. Grab those. (CHUCKLES) Hat and bag. Are you ready now to learn
at school? Yes. Let’s go! Sally, who is at school today? Ooh. Who? I am. I’m ready.
Great. First, why don’t we
watch some children learning at school
in different ways. Yeah, let’s watch. (JAUNTY GUITAR MELODY PLAYS) Oh, they looked like they had
so much fun. Yes. Why don’t we go and learn
about patterns? Yeah. Come on. (LAUGHS) We are going to make a pattern. OK.
I’ll start the pattern. Now you need to make
the pattern. Can you do it? OK. Hmm. No, no, no. (GASPS) I know. Is that it?
Yes. Do it again. Great.
(LAUGHS) Look – three, three, three. Yes. The pattern has repeated. Now, can you please copy
the pattern into your book? OK. Right. That one. Hmm. Ah. Yep. Look.
Good job, Possum. It looks lovely. You can see
the patterns of three. Now I’d like to make another pattern. OK. I’m going to add an extra colour in. Hmm.
Ooh. Oh. Can you now copy the pattern? I’ll try. Hmm. Look!
Hmm. Look closely. Ah. I know. That’s right.
(LAUGHS) That’s great.
Now it’s a pattern of four. That pattern has repeated itself. Now, can you copy that
into your book? OK. Now… Hmm. Yep. This one. Hmm. Ah! This one. This one. Yep. This one. That one. Mm-hm. Look, Sally! That’s a lovely pattern of four.
It looks great. Ooh! Sally, you and I
could be patterns. Come on. I’ll show you. Come this way.
Over here, over here. Now, copy me. Great. (LAUGHS)
(LAUGHS) Oh, look at the pots, Sally. Yes? Can we make patterns
out of the pots? Yes, we can.
Come on – let’s go! (LAUGHS) Oh I love learning about
different types of patterns! Oh, so do I, Possum. Look. I’ll show you what I’ve got. Look. Two, two, two, two, two. That’s great. Is there a different way
you think you can do it? Yeah. I’ll show you. One-two, one-two, one-two,
one-two, one-two. Oh, that’s great. That’s lovely.
Alternating colours. Oh, I think I could do
a pattern of three. Three? One-two-three. Do you think
you could finish it off, Possum? Yeah. Look.
Yes, you’re right. One-two-three, one-two-three,
one-two-three. Three, three, three.
It’s repeated itself, hasn’t it? Do you think we could try four? Four? OK. Oh, I know. Look!
Oh, that’s great. One-two-three-four,
one-two-three-four. That’s four and four. It’s repeated. Oh, lovely.
Ooh! I’ll show you my favourite. Look – small-big, small-big,
small-big, small-big, small-big. Oh, great job, Possum. They’re all different shapes,
aren’t they? They go from small and big
and small and big. Sally, what are we going to do now? Oh, I think it might be time
for lunch. Oh! Yum-yum-yum. What are we going to eat? We’re going to have some crackers and we’re going to put
a topping on it. I’m trying to think
what I should use. I’d like to make a pattern
with the toppings. Hmm. Oh, I know. Why don’t we have
green and red as a pattern? Oh. Sally, the tomatoes
and the lettuce. Oh, that’s a great idea, Possum. Why don’t I go inside
and make some lunch? And while I’m doing that you can draw a picture
of a tomato in your book. OK. Let’s go. Done. Look, Sally – a tomato. Oh, that’s a lovely tomato. I’ll write the name on there
for you. OK. Oh! That looks great. And look – I’ve made some lunch. While I was in there, I thought
I would make another pattern. I’ve gone tomato-lettuce, tomato-lettuce, tomato-lettuce. See?
Oh, yeah. Ooh, Sally, I know another pattern. Learn-eat, learn-eat, learn-eat,
learn-eat, learn-eat… (BABBLES, LAUGHS)
(LAUGHS) You’re so funny, Possum. Oh! Well, our time is up.
Thanks for watching. See you next time. Bye!
Bye! Oh! Look! Oh, it looks great.