Friday, August 28, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
As Goldilocks woke up she spotted three hairy, fat and grumpy bears staring at her. She yelled, “AH I’m going to get eaten!” She jumped out of little bear’s bed and ran hastily down the stairs. Goldilocks opened the door and ran through the enchanted forest, crying for her mum. Soon she was back at her house and in her mother’s awaiting arms.
Just then Goldilocks woke up and she saw three horrified bears, she started to scream “HAAAAA’ and fell out of the bed panicking. Father bear then roared as angrily as he could “What are you doing in my house?” Goldilocks suddenly saw a gap between the bears, she ran as fast as she could through the gap. She rushed into the enchanted forest and never returned again.
Just after Goldilocks’ sleep the three bears returned from their picnic. “Hey who fractured out window?” Thought father bear. Walking inside they kept stepping on the broken glass, crunch, crunch, crunch. They walked towards the table, “Who ate my porridge?” Yelled baby bear. They continued on through to the chamber and that’s when Goldilocks began to scream. She tried running but Papa Bear caught her by her leg. Goldilocks thought quickly and grabbed her pistol from her knickers and shot the three bears right through the heart.
“Ahh” Goldilocks yawned as she woke up. She rubbed her eyes twice and was about to get her stuff ready to go back home when suddenly three huge horrific bears were standing right in front of her. “What are you doing in my house?” Father bear said angrily. Goldilocks hesitated to answer, “ah oh” she said quietly to herself. “Well aren’t you going to go?” on of the bears said calmly. Goldilocks quickly packed her things and ran down the stairs in confusion. She opened the door, headed over the hills and back home again.
Just then, Goldilocks woke up. What she saw standing in front of her were the three bears staring at her. She screamed “Help” but there was no way to escape. All the windows and doors were locked. Then she thought that she had an idea. Goldilocks had long hair like Rapunzel, so she tied her hair to the bars on the windows and started to climb down. The Papa Bear went upstairs and said, “I’m coming to get you Goldilocks.” When he got into the room he saw her hair dangling out the window. He started to pull her hair. Goldilocks had forgotten that she had scissors in her pocket and now she had no choice, she cut her hair and shouted, “I’m free!” “I will get you one day” hissed father bear. Goldilocks never came back to the enchanting forest again.
Waking up with blurry eyes Goldilocks found herself looking at three brown hairy bears. “Ahhhh!” Goldilocks screamed in panick. She tried to talk but she was speechless. Putting their paws on their hips and looking angrily at Goldilocks the bears began to question her. “Why did you break my chair? Exclaimed little bear. “Yeah it took me two months to build and paint it,” said Papa Bear said angrily.
Still panicking Goldilocks dashed quickly out of bed and squeezed past mother and papa bear. She ran down the stairs screaming her head off and out the door. “Why didn’t I go to the summery forest instead?” She thought desperately, running across the snow and back home.
Just then Goldilocks woke up and she heard a noise coming up the steps, it was the three bears and they were angry. “Who ate all our food?” they shouted. Goldilocks screamed and called for help, but nobody came. As the three bears went into their bedroom, Goldilocks ran straight out the door and into the enchanted forest crying for her mummy all the way home.
Beside a small spooky forest lived a greedy girl called Goldilocks. Her mum, who was busy on the phone, was getting annoyed with her big mouth. After a little while Goldilocks was still shouting so her mum got angry and while shoving a sock in her mouth screamed “Go outside and have a walk in the enchanted forest.” So off Goldilocks went.
After a while Goldilocks saw a brown bunny hoping along so she ran after it until she was blinded by a light coming from a piece of shiny, silvery metal. As she got closer she noticed that it was in fact a house. Goldilocks grabbed a black rock and cracked the window. CRASH! Then she jumped in and plunged to the ground. On the table goldilocks spotted some porridge so she began to walk towards it.
A little girl named Goldilocks worked for her mother to earn notes and coins. She was asked to pick some flowers for her cousin’s birthday that was to be held in the enchanted forest later that afternoon.
Goldilocks strolled quickly through the forest so she could return home in time. However, she came across a little cottage. Goldilocks knocked on the door and asked, “Is anyone there?” No one answered but Goldilocks could smell something delicious. As she peered in she spotted three steamy bowls of porridge on the table.
On a beautiful sunny day Goldilocks had nothing to do, she wanted some fresh air, so decided to go for a walk in the enchanting forest. After taking just one step she could smell hot steaming porridge. Goldilocks sniffed and sniffed, walking along until she found it. Suddenly she turned her head around and saw a strange house. Goldilocks crept inside and found the porridge in three bowls on top of the table.
A small girl named Goldilocks lived at home with her mum. One day Goldilocks made her mum very angry. Her mum then threatened to kill her if she didn’t get out of the house. “What did I do?” Goldilocks asked as she started to cry. Her mum didn’t answer, “Just get out!” So Goldilocks opened the door and set off on an adventure. “Why didn’t I come out here before?” Goldilocks mumbled, “Look at all these beautiful flowers and the bright sunshine.” But what Goldilocks didn’t know was that she was actually in a forest filled with wild animals. Hours went by and by this time Goldilocks was deep in the forest. She saw a glimpse of light so she ran towards it. She finally came to the thatched house and knocked on the door but no one answered. So she walked around the side of the house and saw a window, so she smashed it with her fist and quickly jumped inside.
Beside a village there lived a widow and her daughter. The daughter’s name was Goldilocks. She was around seven or eight with beautiful blonde hair and a small aqua blue dress. In their dimly lit cottage the widow was furious with Goldilocks’ laziness and so threatened her “Goldilocks, get out of my house and go for a walk!” In just a few seconds Goldilocks was out the door. On her walk Goldilocks found herself lost in a wintry forest, but in the distance she could see a small cottage next to a tree that full of snow. Goldilocks walked closer and closer to the cottage and it began to grow and grow. When she was in front of the door the cottage was two times her size. Goldilocks went up to the right hand window and had a little peek, the house looked deserted. She knocked on the door several times and when she realized that it was unlocked she wet strange in.
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
The Pied Piper played a beautiful and mystical tune. (Toko)
Scuttling and scampering were a sea of rats. (Tina)
All the rats were attracted to the mystical tune. (Tui)
As a piper played his flute the sea of rats were lured by the mystical tune. (Hossanah)
Underneath the towering turrets a piper played a mystical tune. (Hossanah)
Standing beside the waterfall was a piper playing a mystical tune. (Chanel)
On a dark mysterious night the piper waited for the right moment to play his mystical tune. (Shawn)
Beneath the glinting moonlight there was a diminutive village where all of the rats were hypnotized by the mystical tune. (Nezinli)
Under the bright shining moon a piper and his flute played a mystical tune. (Dominiq)
Under the crescent moon, in the gloomy shadows the piper played a stupendously, breathtaking and mystical tune. (Matthew)
As the rats ran the piper played a luring and mystical tune. (Naomi)
While the children followed the piper they listened to his mystical tune. (Chelsea)
As the piper played his small flute, the revolting rats were hypnotized by his mystical tune. (Kayde)
Directing millions of rats out of the village was a strange man playing a mystical tune. (Kayde)
Beside the ancient fountain leant a piper who was waiting to play his mystical tune. (Sifa)
On a dark night stood a piper playing a mystical tune. (Lewis)
From the piper’s flute there played a mystical tune. (Emilee)
As the piper played his flute the rats were lured by the mystical tune. (Te Roimata)