The first prompt of the year links with new year thoughts but I know that many of our writers will use this for some exciting stories. It is:
…In the beginning…
Things to consider:
- What is the setting for this story?
- What is beginning?
- What tense will you use?
You have until 25th January to complete this challenge. Good luck!
This week, we return to a part of a sentence. Remember it has to be part of your story with no changes.The prompt is:
…the tiger was blocking our escape…
Things to consider:
- Where are you?
- Who are you with?
- Why is there a tiger?
- Why do you need to escape?
You have until the first good news assembly of 2018 to complete this challenge. The winner will receive 50 house points. Merry Christmas and good luck!
Why not have a go at one of the number games on this website?
They have games that will help you to learn your times tables, number bonds and even square numbers!
Thank you for your blog entries Y6S! I have chosen Sarah as the winner this week for a few reasons: one, your entry was one hundred words long exactly; two, your entry was well written and three, your writing made me laugh! Remember, this is the 100 word challenge so your written piece must be EXACTLY 100 words long! For this next challenge I will be checking the word count, if you have not used 100 words exactly then you will not win the challenge.
This week, the prompt is a picture. Here are some things to think about:
- Who is it?
- What are they doing there?
- Should you be afraid?
- What is the climax of your story?
- You have until 11th to submit your writing. Good luck!
Here goes, the first 100 word challenge of this academic year! The prompt is:
…but where would we hide it all?…
Things to think about:
Was is the ‘all’ referred to?
Where is it now?
Why does it have to be moved?
Remember, your entry must be 100 words exactly. You must check your spelling and grammar before you post your response. You have until 23rd November to post your entry. The winner will be announced in the Good News assembly!
I am pleased to announce that Sarah, Abbie, Tracy and two others (who haven’t written their names on their entries) have won this competition and earned themselves ten house points each.
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