Long ago a prince travelled many miles to meet a princess tall and fair. However he couldn't find ‘the one’ as most of them were spoilt and vain. So the very next day the prince decided to visit a psychic and ask her about what his future lay ahead. Although the lady didn't know of anyone, she could see a lady in his near future with long hair. Soon the prince came across a lady in a tower he said “Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair”. Unfortunately she had just had a skinhead, so she threw her hair out of the window because she wasn't interested.
"Cinderella, oh what a beautiful girl." sighed the door man. I wish with all my heart that her big blue eyes would set on mine like clay; when we pass every day in the palace entrance he thought to him self. Coming from the big wooden doors stood a beautiful princess, waves of perfume surrounded him as she flung her pink blouses at him and murderously growled through her gleaming white teeth, "Starched NO creases!". Still Happily smiling his face was covered in dirty washing he sighed disappointedly again .
One day Hansel and Gretel were playing tag in the woods. Soon after that Gretel was chasing Hansel and they saw 4 men circling them. So Hansel and Gretel phoned the police. When the police got there, there were bodies all over the men were kicking, punching and slapping each other.
Then one of the men rampaged through all of the police and came over to Hansel and Gretel. “WA what do you want” Hansel said anxiously. “I want to kill you” said the man “no you will not” said Gretel. “Oh but I will…
This week we celebrated WORLD BOOK DAY with Nick Sharratt
Save the Children, together with Beanstalk are very aware that not being able to read handicaps children’s progress and have launched a campaign and programme called Born to Read for children who are struggling.
This is a big task and so they have asked if 100 Word Challenge can join in the campaign to ‘Change the Story’ for children.
The prompt this week is to chose your favourite fairy story and rewrite it in 100 words changing the ending.
Don't forget to comment on our Quadblogging partners' blogs - because next week they will come to us!
Here are some examples:
We are going to prepare the Homepage for our new individual websites. With billions of webpages to chooose from, it needs to persuade the reader to look at the other pages in the site.
You will use:
and lots more! Here are some examples to look at from previous years.
If you want to learn more, try the Argument game below!
Click here for today's spelling games.
This week, you can write a non-chronological report about a topic of your choosing, which will be included in your website.
It could be a favourite football team, a games console or a hobby! You are the expert sharing your enthusiasm and knowledge.....
Below is a game about some of the features of Reports.
We will also be looking at some of these terms: phrase, clause, statement, command and question.
Here is something to read about:
If you've read it, try this game and the quiz!
Also, our spelling rule will look at the 'ture' suffix - there are lots of games using this spelling pattern here.
Following work based on Language by Porter Robinson, found here at the brilliant Literacy Shed, we wrote narrative episodes, featuring a dramatic start.
Enjoy the recordings below:
Ignore the foreign subtitles, but this is your prompt for tomorrow's writing.
Who is the boy?
What are his powers?
Why had the school been damaged?