Something strange but exciting appeared in our classroom today. What could it be? Can you tell us all about what it could be and why it is there? Can’t wait to hear what you think.
Welcome Year 3 bloggers, this is the second part of your ‘imaginary worlds’ home learning challenge. You need to describe your imaginary world in more than 200 words, comment on at least one other year 3 entry to the blog and be able to act on advice given to make your blog even better. Remember you have 3 weeks to do this and all these points need to be completed by Friday 12th December 2014. You must all complete your homework as you all agreed to and signed the home school agreement. Here are some tips to help with your writing:
* how did you enter your world
* let your imagination run wild and describe inside your world
*use all your senses
* add powerful words, similes and even metaphors
Happy blogging! I look forward to reading them,
A shoebox…this is no ordinary shoebox. Look there is a hole, take a peek… You have found a new imaginary world. Wow, what is this world? What does it look like? Can you use your imagination and describe what you see, hear, smell, taste and touch in this new world?
You need to remember:
Remember to read through your work before you post. Watch out for my comments to help you improve your work! The ones that wow me and use lots of descriptions will be rewarded.
Happy blogging Year 3. Spread the word about your new blog!
Enjoy and I look forward to reading your work! Miss Robson
Now we have played twenty questions in class. We are going to see if you can do the same by blogging.
I have a mystery object in a box and you need to use twenty questions to help find out what it could be.
Good luck and Miss Robson will be in touch!
This is a message from SHIELD (Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate). We have your first mission and the mission title is reconnaissance! We want to know who this CAPTAIN AMERICA character is? Where he comes from? What is his past and can we trust him?
Go ahead agents – dig up the dirt!