Today is the last day of the school year. Here are some of our favourite memories of this year. Which was your favourite and why? What have you learned this year?
…but “I’m afraid it’s the last one”, he said…
This is the last 100 WC prompt for the year! You need to include the prompt EXACTLY as it is written above, giving you 109 words altogether.
- See if you can use some speech. Remember to use inverted commas, new speaker new line and words instead of ‘said’.
- A simple, compound and complex sentence
- A simile and onomatopoeia
Post your challenge as a comment below.
We cleaned and weighed our potatoes, before cooking them. Can you read the scale, to work out how much we grew?
We served them with our home made butter from yesterday. What do you think they tasted like?
This afternoon we had great fun harvesting our rocket potatoes. How many potatoes did we find? How much do you think they weighed?
Class 6 have been writing some triangular poems using relative clauses. We wrote them about farm animals. Which ones do you like and why?
who was pecking the seeds
that flew out of the way of the dog
was rumaging through the thick weeds
which was running through some dastardly fog.
by Andrew Y4
who dragged his belly
which was heavy and really big
where he lived was extremely smelly
by Chelsea Y3
who walked after the man
was chased by Wombridge the bull
Which had escaped from the farm with a lamb that was wooly
by Halle Y4
who was very lazy
which looked like a dog
was greedily scoffing down a daisy
by Cody Y4
Who chased his tail
Was trying to escape from a gale
which was part of a storm full of freezing hail
For our bronze farming award you have to explain how to turn milk into butter, cheese or yoghurt. We had a go at making our own. What did we have to do in order to make butter?
Fishes live in a river ,
Which sometimes makes them shiver,
There are all different types of fish,
They wish not to be on a dish,
But some fish do,
And they don’t turn out new,
The fishes shout “hooray”,
When it’s the end if the fishing day!