Roll up! Roll Up! Get your Fairground Posters…!

This term Year 5 have been learning all about fairgrounds. This focused learning has filtered into pretty much everything, including their reading, writing, topic, DT and computing work.

Here are some of the fabulous posters for ‘Zappo’s Fair’ that the children in Harris Hawks class have produced, using the ‘Pic Collage’ app on the iPad.

Looking at the posters, there’s definitely plenty of ‘pug love’ in Year 5, that’s for sure…!

Mr E.

100 Word Challenge #9

We are back to part of a sentence for this week’s prompt. Make sure you use the prompt as it is written! It is:

…as the smoke cleared…

Things to think about:

  • Where is the smoke coming from?
  • What do you see as it clears?
  • Is it good or bad or dangerous?
  • What does it smell like?

Entries need to be submitted by Friday 4th November.

Good luck,

Mr E.

Budding authors….

All of your published ‘Spider stories’ have been added to the 100 Word Challenge website, which hopefully will bring plenty comments from children around the world!

You still have time to finish your post and submit it for review. Deadline is Friday 21st October.

Don’t forget that in return you can also comment on the posts other children have written.

Here is the link to the list for everyone that has written a spider themed post:

https://100wc.net/week-7-3/

Have fun commenting. Unfortunately any comments outside of our blog won’t count towards your ‘Top Commentator’ total…Theo, I’m mainly directing this at you!!

Mr E.

100 Word Challenge – #Week 7

Latest prompt

I just know that this prompt will produce some amazing writing! It is a photograph that may scare some!

2009_0117octdec0038Things to consider:

  • What is it?
  • What is it made of?
  • Where has it come from?
  • Where is it going?

Remember, your writing should be logical so don’t die at the end!

All entries need to be submitted for review by the end of the day on Friday 21st October.

Good luck!

Mr E.

A comment a day…

Well done to everyone who completed their 100 Word Challenge post this week! You have written some amazing stories, and I am looking forward to commenting on them later.

(If you haven’t yet finished your post, you can still log on to complete it and submit it for review)

Please comment on your friends work as well – remember to explain what you enjoyed about the piece and ask questions to encourage further discussion. Don’t forget to be constructive when suggesting improvements or development points!

Mr E.

100 Word Challenge – #Week 6

This week’s 100 Word Challenge is to use part of a sentence in your 100 words. Remember, you must use it as it is written here and keep as near as you can to the magic 100 words! The prompt is:

…the material felt like..

Things to consider:

  • What is the object?
  • What sort of material was it made of?
  • What vocabulary helps describe touch?

Write your posts on our blog here by Thursday 13th October and we’ll post them to the 100WC blog in our computing lesson on Friday.

If you can’t remember the login for the blog, please come and find me!

Have fun!

Mr E.

Year 5 awaits….!

Hello ‘Almost Year 5’s’…

Last Friday on transfer morning you got a taster of what being a Year 5 is all about. Mrs Bailey and I would love to hear what you are looking forward to most about becoming part of the Harris Hawk class and any particular challenges you are looking to overcome in the next year.

Leave a comment below – remember to keep yourself safe online and only use your first name.

Mr Evans & Mrs Bailey.