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29.11.11

VENN DIAGRAMS: Mammals

4.10.11

POETIC WRITING:

Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a lamb?
Cute woolly, lovely soft, really funny.
Awesome!

Kayla
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a peach?
Round soft, orange juicy, ripe yummy.
Fantastic!

Payton
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a lamb?
Fluffy white, soft warm, cute exciting.
Amazing!

Payton
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a lamb?
Cute funny, special soft, fragile super.
Awesome!

Charlotte
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a caterpillar?
Cool green, young butterfly, long small.
Super!

Fin
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a strawberry?
Yummy cool, juicy red, nice soft.
Delicious!

Arvin
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a caterpillar?
Fat furry, blind spooky, cool big, slow hairy.
Fantastic!

Charlie
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen the summer?
Sunny days, burning hot, blazing sun.
Super!

Buster
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a daffodil?
Green stalk, yellow petals, cool small.
Awesome!

Aidan
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a fly?
Naughty fat, black disgusting, hungry dirty.
Bad!

Matthew
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a peach?
Orange delicious, furry fuzzy, sweet juicy.
Awesome!

Paige

Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a strawberry?
Red ripe, juicy delicious, fruity beautiful.
Awesome!

Lola
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a raspberry?
Red juicy, sweet yummy, small squishy.
Beautiful!

Grace
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a flower?
Blooming sprouting, growing opening, beautiful lovely.
Awesome!

Jordan
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a fly?
Annoying disgusting, hungry gross, tiny black, naughty dirty.
Cool!

Nathanael

Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a spider?
Microscopic small, thin fast, crunchy scary.
Cool!

Ben
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a bear?
Brown bad, scary big, fat cool.
Amazing!

Willem
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a daffodil?
Cool yellow, colourful blossoming, lovely flower.
Magical!

Hunter
Spring Couplet:

Have you ever seen a horse?
Cute tall, riding fast, cool furry.
Awesome!

Kyah

31.8.11

Acrostic Mask Poems.

Metal, Mighty
Awesome, Arty
Scary, Super Hero
Kinds of masks
Soft, Scary.
By Willem. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magical
Awesome
Super
Kitten masks
Sparkly masks.
By Payton.
11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magical, Mighty
Amazing, Arty
Scary, Super hero
Kitty, Kitten
Snake, Scruffy.
By Paige.
11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magnificent
Amazing
Scary
Kind of mask that scares people
Scruffy.
By Nathanael. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Metal
Amazing
Spiderman
Kind of mask that hypnotises people
Scruffy.
By Matthew. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magnificent masks
Awesome amazing
Super hero
Kitty masks.
Swimming masks.
By Kyah.
11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magnificent
Awesome amazing
Super hero
Kitten masks.
Smiley masks.
By Kayla.
11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Mighty
Awesome
Scary, Superman, Spiderman
Kind masks
Sort of masks that scary.
By Jordan. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magnificent
Angry masks
Scary
Kensley’s mask
Superman.
By Hunter. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magnificent.
Awesome.
Super hero.
Kind of mask that makes you laugh.
Scary masks.
By Kayla. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Metal
Arty masks
Super
King masks
Spiderman.
By Fin. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Mummy Masks
Arty
Super masks
King masks
Super roo masks.
By Elliot. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magical, Mighty
Awesome
Super
Kind of mask that people laugh about
Scruffy masks.
By Charlotte. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Metal, Mighty
Apple
Scary
Kite kind
Superman.
By Charlie. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magnificent, Mighty
Arty
Scary Super Hero
King masks
Some kinds of masks can be used in deserts.
By Buster. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magical
Awesome
Scary, Spiderman, Smooth
Kind of mask that is sunny
Scruffy.
By Ben. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Metal
Awesome
Scary
Kind masks
Scruffy.
By Asher.
11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Magical
Arty
Superman
Kind of happy masks
Super Mario masks.
By Arvin. 11/8/11
Acrostic Mask Poems.

Metal
Arty
Super
Kite kinds
Scary masks.
By Aidan. 11/8/11

6.7.11

We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like hot chocolate with marshmallows running down my throat.
Winter looks like people building snowmen.
Winter sounds like rustling wind wriggling in the branches.
Winter tastes like hot burgers that mum has made.
Winter smells like mum’s hot soup cooking in the oven.
By Nathanael
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter sounds like hail pouring on the roof when I am in my nice warm bed.
Winter feels like ice cold frost on my feet.
Winter looks like snowmen and snow like ice cubes freezing my feet.
By Charlotte
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like water going in my boots.
Winter smells like mum cooking cakes when I am upstairs.
Winter looks like shiny snowflakes falling from the sky like water.
By Buster
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like a warm jersey on a cold day.
Winter looks like an icy car.
By Asher
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like cosy blankets on a cold night.
Winter looks like a bunch of ice in the snow.
Winter sounds like a warm fire burning in
my house.
By Charlie
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter tastes like hot tea on a cold day.
Winter feels like freezing ice in the cold mornings.
Winter looks like people ice skating on the fun ice.
By Chloe
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter air feels icy cold like cold, cold ice cream on my face.
Winter looks like giant snowmen in my way.
Winter sounds like hailstones smashing into the ground.
By Aidan
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like a warm house on a cold day.
Winter looks like snowmen in the cold snow.
Winter feels like playing inside on a rainy day.
By Kyah
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter sounds like cold wind blowing in the trees.
Winter feels like cold ice in the mountains.
Winter feels like me shivering when I touch
cold ice.
By Elliot
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like warm blankets on a cold night.
Winter looks like a glowing fire burning in the fireplace.
Winter sounds like heavy rain dripping on
the roof.
Winter tastes like honey on my hot toast.
Winter smells like steaming hot food on a
cold day.
By Jordan
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like a warm jacket on me tightly.
Winter looks like a girl ice skating on cold ice.
Winter sounds like hot fires crackling in the fireplace.
Winter smells like a hot pie cooking in the oven.
Winter tastes like a little piece of ginger biscuit on a cold day.
By Grace
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter tastes like hot mozzarella pizza melting in my mouth.
Winter tastes like hot tomato soup burning my mouth.
Winter sounds like snowflakes falling onto my beautiful warm house.
Winter looks like snow melting as it falls from
the sky.
By Paige
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter tastes like yummy marshmallows in
my hot drink.
Winter tastes like tasty hot chocolate in my cup.
Winter feels like freezing cold breeze on a
windy day.
Winter looks like a hot freezing snow and
frozen snowmen.
By Matthew
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter smells like hot fires going through the air.
Winter looks like icicles dropping to the cold ground.
Winter sounds like a storm coming.
Winter tastes like hot chocolate in my tummy.
By Kayla
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter tastes like hot toast crunching in
my mouth.
Winter looks like a rain storm over the hills.
Winter feels like hot coco running down my throat on a cold day.
By Payton
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like a nice warm electric blanket on
 a cold night.
Winter looks like freezing cold snow falling on
my head.
Winter sounds like the wind blowing around
me on a frosty night.
By Willem
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter tastes like hot chocolate running down my throat.
Winter sounds like squeaky brakes when we stop the car.
Winter looks like a car crashing on the slippery ice.
Winter feels like a hot bath running for me on a cold night.
By Hunter
We are learning to use descriptive language in our writing:
WINTER SENSES POEM

Winter feels like cold wind passing by.
Winter looks like a hot burning fire in my house.
Winter sounds like crackling ice breaking under my feet.
Winter tastes like winter air and toasted marshmallows.
Winter smells like cold frost on the grass.
By Ben

10.6.11

The big, dangerous, angry river was flying through over the rocks. The current was strong. It was as loud as a lion roaring.
By Nathanael
Tumbling, dirty river. Rolling river flushing into the windy sea. Crashing into the big, bumpy, mad rocks. Pushing into the sea, bashing into the banks. The cranky river is terrifying.
By Willem
Dirty, rough river. As fast as a racing car.
The deep, bulging river goes down into the
wavy, terrifying sea.
By Ben
The splooshing, chocolatey brown, wavy and
loud river splashed between the rocks. Rocks smashed into the river. I would not like to
go on there, would you?
By Paige