Monthly Archives: May 2015

Wow! Go Sam!

Sam managed to blow me away with a sentence he wrote in his Sci-Fi story.

Here is is:

Suspicion thrived, tingling my vains, a debate on wether I was truly overwhelmed with the scenery, or deeply distraught by my encounter with the daunting living organisms of this planet.

Amazing!

Year 5 crash landed on Pandora!

Year 5 woke up on a strange planet. A planet where everything glows with bio-luminescent light, where creatures are awe inspiring and dangerous, where all life is connected by the tree of souls: this is Pandora.

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Tracking through the colossal rainforest, they came across fierce creatures; rivers that glowed; with an environment as amazing as this, it was hard to think about home.

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Exploring the planet, they came across an alien creature.

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Excited, apprehensive, full of wonder, the alien creature told them of an abandoned pod.

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Once inside, year 5 discovered that a fire had wiped out the electrics. As black as night, they could not see a thing without a torch to guide them.

Would they get back home?
Come back soon to see!

Jacey’s Fabulous Sci-Fi Opening

What a hard worker Jacey is! She has carefully considered everything we have talked about in lessons to write this amazing opening to her Science Fiction story.

See if you can spot:
– a direct address to the reader
– a 2 pairs sentence
– an imagine 3 examples sentence
– a metaphor
– effective short sentences
– ambitious vocabulary

We can’t wait to read the rest!

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