Sally and Possum Season 5
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Are those muddy footprints in the kitchen, Sally’s? This looks like a case for Police Officer Possum to solve.
Possum spots a new ladder in the backyard. It’s not Sally’s, so who does it belong to? What new things will Possum learn?
Possum helps Sally fold the laundry. Did you know you can fold other things as well? Possum finds out what else can be folded.
A spade is very useful, but not for every job. Skip and Sally help Possum to find out about many other tools. What would you use to get Sally’s bike standing up again?
Possum is in such a hurry today, there’s no time for breakfast. He may run out of energy and get hungry. What can Skip do to help?
Possum thinks he’s being followed. Possum finds out about reflections and shadows.
Possum and Sally find a great way to locate the wheelbarrow and everything else in the backyard by using a map.
Possum pretends his cardboard boxes are trains, but they don’t move. How do trains move? Skip takes Possum and Sally on a special journey.
That was the last of the butter, Possum. Possum is amazed when he learns where butter, cheese and cream come from.
One drip doesn’t matter but many drips can end up being a lot of water. Possum and Skip come to the rescue to stop the tap from dripping.
Possum loves to draw, but he’s not drawing what he is seeing? When Possum looks closely his drawing is so much better when he learns to look for details.
Possum thinks stuffing lots of flowers into a vase looks good. Then he learns how to find odd and even numbers and thinks about arranging the flowers so they look pretty.
There are lots of different ways to move. Who else comes to Possum School today? What will Sally’s special lesson be about?
There is a lot for Possum to learn about pushes and pulls. Sometimes we push and sometimes we pull and then sometimes things just seem to fall. What makes things move?
That looks like the start of a book. Sally and Possum begin to put together a wonderful book, “Where is Possum?” Let’s get some friends in to celebrate the first reading!