Below is this week's prompt for the 100 word challenge.
Don't forget to check your work through for full stops, capitals and when the iPad autocorrects the word to something completely different!
I sat alone. No Mum! No Dad! No no-one! It was all as if it was a nightmare and I was going to wake up and everything would be fine. But it wasn't. If I could turn back time and find a way to stop them leaving, I would! Although I thought I could manage by myself, I can't. When I think about them, all I want to is scream and say "This is all your fault Amelia. Why did you do that?" I pushed them away. Not anyone else. Just me! And just when I thought my life was over I discovered something I had never seen before. A door. At the back of the room. I opened the door and then I saw a bright light...
What a coincidence! One of our partner schools, Wellford, have started blogging. If I'm not wrong, they are in 4th Grade.
It would be great if some of us could head over there and leave some blog comments: Don't forget 2 stars and a wish! We can make friends thousands of miles away through leaving positive comments.
Click here for the link.
Also, don't forget to leave our website address so they can come back and visit us.
In Year 6, we often enter into the 100WC,based at 100wc.net. This is a writing challenge which children do from all round the word.
This week, we will be doing the 100WC on Wednesday in class.
The challenge is to do an interesting piece of writing, including the words:
… and then I saw a bright light…
You must use these words somewhere in your writing and please keep them together. This means that your writing should be 107 words only.
Any other readers of this blog (perhaps from Year 5?) are welcome to join in too!
For examples of work done using this prompt, click here.
We have worked hard in the last week. Below are our various class awards to show what we have achieved:
Star of the Week: Despite feeling unwell for most of the week, Jodie dragged herself in every day! A terrific attitude!
Blogger of the Week: Leah P. for leaving our blog's first comment!
Sentence of the Week: In addition, I have to get up early and scrub the decks and mend the sails which is exhausting. (Nathan C.)
Sky is a born presenter! Here she shows us how to do simple addition.
I look forward to seeing more Show Me presentations for other areas of Maths!
Next week, we will be rounding decimals and putting them in order.
Below are some games to help you.
Don't forget to try Ghost Blasters and post your score here - if you do, you'll get a chance to show your skills in class on Wednesday!