Do the scientists really know? Will it happen today, will it?
Look, look; see for yourself!
Where's the teacher?
You're lying, you don't remember!
All a joke!
Hey, everyone, let's put her in a closet before the teacher comes!
What did I do?
The students are sitting in the classroom questioning if the sun is actually going to come out. It has been raining for 7 years straight and they've never seen the sun before. They tease Margot and call her a liar because she's seen a glimpse of the sunlight.
It feels so good!
The skies so beautiful!
The students begin to argue with Margot and call her a liar from jealousy. They don't believe Margot when she says that she's seen the sun before, so she is seen as an outsider.
Where'd it go?
Since the teacher wasn't in the classroom, Margot's classmates decide to lock her in a closet. Margot struggles to fight back, therefore ends up imprisoned in a closet with no way out.
Who wants to open it?
The children notice a slight change in the sky and the sound of rain slowly fading away. They cheered and ran outside to embrace the warm sunlight. They are filled with excitement and forgot all of their worries.
The sandbox is finally dry!
The sky began to darken and the sound of rain started to fill their ears. The children began to realize that they have to wait another 7 years until the next sunshine. They walk inside sadly and instantly feel guilty for locking Margot up in the closet.
What just happened?
No, No, NO!
The students are hesitant to open the door, because they realized that they were wrong. The air was filled with silence, and they slowly opened the door to let Margot out.