It had belonged to my great-great-great grandmother. It has been passed down to my mother then of course me. It sits around my neck. It is very shiny with a pearl. The pearl is as big as the entrance to a pencil sharpener. I wear it on special occasions. It glistens in the sunlight. I feel like I am the centre of attention when I wear it. When people see me they stare. At night I hear it scream, “WEAR ME!” And then it glows in my face. Have you guessed it yet? I hope so.
Its golden, its priceless, its £10,000,000. I was given it as a present. I still have it now. It flies as fast as the wind. Its altitude is 100,000Km. Its smaller than an Airbus A380 and its bigger than a house. It can fit 50 passengers. It can fly up to 999,999km non-stop. It can go 120,000mph. I fly in it very often. I travel around the world in it. I flew through every continent and country. It was built at London international hangar. It is a legendary vehicle. I have flew it 100 times already. Guess what it is.
Alex & Tyson
This week’s prompt was a very unusual picture. I gave the class an extra challenge: to use some dialogue and to punctuate it correctly.
One day, the Johnston family were throwing candy balls when one hit the roof. The glass broke. Suddenly, the ball exploded and some weird creatures came out of nowhere. They were green, wearing silver hazmat’s and they all had one eye.
Jacob asked, “Who are you?”
The green man answered, “Bla, Bla!”
All of a sudden, millions of tiny green aliens ran out of the ball then the house grew smaller and smaller. So, the Johnston family ran out of the house, except Jacob. He became an alien.
“HELP!” screamed the alien boy…
By Olivia, Jacob and Cory
One Halloween night James and Claire were out trick or treating, when they got home they found their house all smashed on the ground.
“Oh no! “said James.
“How did this happen? ” exclaimed Claire.
They tried to put all the diamonds and bonbons back but they couldn’t because all the glass was broken and there were to many. After a few days they decided to go into town and find someone to help build their house there were pieces missing so they lived in a box. So that was the end of the story of James and Claire.