Hey, hello teachers, parents, all guardians.
Keep watching, because we’ve got some hints and tips for you, after the clip.
Oh, hey. Hello boys and girls. Hello. We are having a picnic. Yeah.
Oh, look. We’ve got something special. Nice, big cake. Yummy. Yummy.
Oh, hey. What is happening? The weather’s changing.
Really? Oh no. You are right Maggie. Look, the weather is
changing. Yeah. What’s the weather like?
Cloudy. Yeah. It’s cloudy. What’s the weather like? It’s cloudy.
It’s cloudy, it’s cloudy, cloudy, cloudy. What’s the weather like? It’s cloudy,
it’s cloudy, it’s cloudy, cloudy, cloudy. Oh Maggie. This isn’t good weather for a
picnic. No. Oh no. And now it’s raining. Oh Maggie,
what should we do? Hmmm, oh, turn for Maggie’s magic.
Oh look, a magic door. And it’s not raining in there.
Come on Maggie, let’s go. Coming. And bring the picnic. OK.
Oh, pff, wow, it’s hot here. What’s the weather like?
Well. It’s not raining and it’s not cloudy. No. But it is very hot.
Pfff, it’s too hot here for a picnic. Come on Maggie, we have to go.
We need some more Maggie’s magic. Yeah, great, another door. Come on then.
Yeeee, ohhh. Oh no, dear.
This isn’t a good weather for a picnic, is it. No.
It’s cold here. It’s too cold for a picnic. Oh Maggie, what shall we do?
Let’s try another door with a Maggie’s magic.
Come on, let’s go. Yeah. Oh no. Where am I? Can you see me, boys and
girls? Oh dear, it’s foggy here. Hey, say with
me, what’s the weather like? It’s foggy, it’s foggy, it’s foggy,
foggy, foggy. What’s the weather like? It’s foggy, it’s
foggy, it’s foggy, foggy, foggy. Hey Steve, what’s the weather like? Oh Maggie,
it’s foggy. Oh no, I can’t see you.
Where are you? Oh no. Oh Steve, are you OK?
Oh no. Hey, look the weather is changing. It’s sunny. Hah ahah.
Perfect weather for a picnic. Wow, haha. Yes Maggie. But we haven’t got
a picnic anymore. O ou. Dear. Bye bye boys and girls, see you
next time. Bye bye. Haha. Silly Steve.
Hi there. That clip came from the Wow! RED book from WattsEnglish. And it used a lot
of mimes and gestures along with the target language. Mimes and gestures are a great way
to grab the children’s attention and increase the fun factor. But make sure you practise
the mimes before and do be consistent. Saying “It’s raining” as you do this gesture
will help to connect the two and lock it in the children’s head. Now the worksheet that
comes along with this clip looks like this. It combines the mimes and the weather, so
when we say “it’s snowing” “I am cold”, you can connect the two. Hey, why not the
play the game charades after you’ve done the worksheet. To find out more details look
in your teachers books or in the WattsEnglish game bank. Thanks again and see you next time.