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We headed outside for inspiration and to become more creative for our observational poetry lessons.

Here are our some of our creative observations. Can you work out what they are meant to be?

 

The night light to the earth. - The moon

Finn

 

The rectangular, shiny box that keeps children from escaping. - The numbered keypad

Scarlett

 

A circle telling the beautiful future. - The clock

Kye

 

That soft, swaying habitat that allows creatures to slither through. - The grass

Sebastian

 

The helpful, colourful protectors so people don't get hurt. - The cones

Anna

 

The swinging fun vines to save your lift when hanging after school. - The monkey bars

Kara

 

The home of the exploring sky creature that has millions of beasties inside. - The birdhouse

Lewis

 

The brown, huge giant reaching out to grab me from the floor. - The tree

San Joseph

In English we have been studying origin narratives and looking at Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories. They got us thinking about the characters. Here are some of our thoughts:

 

"I wonder if the whale ever found the fish that tricked him?"

Leron

 

"I wonder what a rhino would look like without wrinkled skin?"

Bethany

 

"I wonder if the rhino was ever in a better mood?"

Matthias

 

"I wonder if there is a story about how the fish got his scales?"

Tilly

 

"I wonder if the rhino should have had a harsher punishment?"

Dareen

 

"I wonder if the man enjoyed hurting the whale?"

Nicole

 

"I wonder if the rhino changed his attitude in the end?"

Lewis


"I wonder if the rhino ever took his skin off again?"

Chloe

 

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