Alisha’s brilliant 100 Word Challenge, I’m so glad my birthday is in August!
Today was just like every other day except it was my birthday! I was getting ready for my grand arrival. Knowing there were fancy presents waiting for me on the ground below I took my time. A spark of anticipation whizzled through my body from head to toe. It was like an electric shock. Finally I was done and ready to go! As I walked out of the bathroom the spotlight boomed around me! Every
step I took my heart sunk deeper into a bowl of rainbows! I walked in the room to see NOTHING!! Baffled I said to myself ‘Oh dear… I forgot it was a leap year!’
Here is Zukhroof’s great entry.
I was just walking on the street when I saw a figure. The figure looked feirce yet somehow it looked like a person which is kind and caring. He walked up to me and tapped me on the shoulder. Suddenly everything and everyone froze. Then he tapped me on the shoulder again. Everything went blank! I opened my eyes and there was the man next to me in my bedroom. “You excited for the Olympics, kid?” he asked. I was confused. “But the Olympics is only on a leap year,” I said. I looked at the calender .Febuary 29th! “Oh dear, I forgot it was a leap year!”
Miriam Lord Community Primary School
On the playground you can skip fast. You can jump high into the sky on the grass. I can run fast. Don’t fall over! It is fun to run, jump and skip.
Jayson, Katelyn, Logan, Alfie, Sean and Emine, Galley Hill Primary, England
One cold morning, I leaped across the room.
After a while I skipped across the garden.
Later, I jumped up the stairs to my bedroom.
Meanwhile, I hopped on my bed.
Once, I bounced up and down on the carpet.
Galley Hill Primary, England
Although I don’t like leaping to the shops I did.
After that I went on the marvellous bouncy castle and I jumped on it all day.
When I got home my mum shouted “What are you doing skipping around in my house.
Because I was naughty I went to my dirty room with no dinner.
Then my mum came in and moaned “go in to bed in your mooshie sofa.”
Sophie S, Galley Hill Primary, England