Lucas P has really impressed with his writing today. He has wrote a super sensory poem, have a read below:
On the beach I heard seagulls. Eek! Eek!
On the beach I tasted an ice-lolly. Lick! Lick!
On the beach I felt the cold, beautiful water.
On the beach I tasted amazing fish and chips. Yummy! Yummy!
On the beach I saw salt in the water. Splash! Splash!
On the beach I smelt the sticky sand. Crunch! Crunch!
Today in literacy we have been writing sensory poems. Lots of children worked really hard on the poems and produced some fantastic work. Have a read below of this super sensory poem.
On the beach I tasted a yummy ice-cream. Yum! Yum!
On the beach I saw some seagulls on the tree. Ha! Ha!
On the beach I smelt some ice-cream. Delicious! Delicious!
On the beach I saw some children splashing in a puddle on the sand. Splash! Splash!
I have been really impressed in literacy recently with Dominic’s writing. Today he has wrote another super acrostic poem. Have a read below:
I am eating a lovely ice lolly.
Everybody loves them.
Lollies are gorgeous.
On top of my ice lolly there is yummy toppings.
Like eating them.
Young people buy them.
In his independent writing, Dominic has been thinking of exciting events that could happen on a seaside trip. Read his writing below:
First we excellent father had a wonderful time because he went in the silvery water but munch, munch my dad was ate my shark!
In his independent writing Mckenzie thought carefully about making his writing interesting to read. He described a trip to the Seaside, have a read below:
I saw a dog it was drowning. From saving the dog I decided to have an ice cream, Next I went on a roller coaster.
In our independent writing yesterday we had to describe a trip to the seaside. Larna worked really hard in her writing and thought of some super ideas. She remembered to include different time connectives to sequence the events and she even included exclamation marks. Have a read of her super work below:
First I went on a fast roller coaster but I felt sick! Next I was dizzy. After that I had an ice cream. My brain got froozen!
This week in literacy we have been focusing on looking at seaside poems. We have had a go at writing our own acrostic poems about seaside objects. Read Dominic’s super acrostic poem about a deck chair below:
Does flips when it closes
Every colour you could imagine
Kills you because it hurts when it closes on you
Heavy to carry
It stands with sticks
Right time to pack away my deck chair
Dominic has been thinking of super adjectives to describe a sandcastle. He had a look and feel of the sand to help him describe it. Look at his adjectives below:
- Golden like the sun.
Michael has been doing some fantastic writing about sandcastles. He thought carefully about using exciting adjectives to describe the sandcastle. Read his super adjectives below:
- Soft like a marshmallow.
Today we have made the most of the nice weather and done our Maths work outside. We looked at doubling numbers using practical resources and recorded our Maths work using chalk on the playground.