The changing weather spoils the children's plans for playing outdoors. They enlist Farley's magic and aided by Soda's translating cap, the children discover they can actually control the weather. All is not well though as Spud prefers the cold and Soda prefers it to be hot.
Use this clip to introduce weather vocabulary. Students could play a miming game where a type of weather is called out and they must mime a reaction. They could be organised into teams and each given a selection of clothing. When a type of weather is read out in Mandarin to the class they must dress a volunteer or teddy bear in the most appropriate clothing. The quickest dressed team wins. Students could also create their own weather forecast to describe the weather at home or abroad.