I can see a dog. I can see sum bucits and spaids. I can see a greenhaws. I see sum flwirs. I see a cafais
Archive for May 2013
I can see a cafe whith a pink sine. I can see some flowers. I can see a man pushing a big wheel baroe. I can see a man buying a spade and it is blue. I can see a dog and it is brown.
The noise was deafening as the car screeched to a holt. My parents asked repeatedly if I was ok. Then a car came crashing into us! The car flew into the air and was upside down with the back of the car hanging off the bridge. My parents wouldn’t talk. They were not breathing. I screeched for help and no one came. The car started to edge off but all of a sudden the car plunged into the water. I shouted and screamed, an ambulance was on the bridge. It was too late and the car sunk. I gasped for air. The door locked!
By Sam in year 5
I walked upstairs in my big, pink, floppy slippers, brushed my teeth, got ready for bed and pulled the cloud like quilts over my cold body. I was just about to drift off when, “Ahhhhhhhh!!” a never ending scream occured. It was my mum. The noise was deafening. Is she ok? What’s going on? Why’s she screaming? Should I go down? I thought to myself. I quickly pulled the heavy quilt of me and stumbled down the steep stairs. I rushed into the living room where my mum was standing. You will never believe it but it was…. just a tiny spider!!
By Daisy May in year 5
I ran through the gloomy forest chasing after my excited friend. It seemed like he disappeared. I could no longer hear him then I saw something as red as blood shimmering in sunlight. As I approached the object, it suddenly became dark. The red door no longer shimmered.I opened the door and walked in. The door slammed shut and at that exact moment I heard a loud scream. The noise was deafening. A ruby light shone on the stairs. It got brighter and brighter until a red ghostly hand came round the corner. Behind me, the door was gone.
By Jason in year 5