Olly the Vowel
By: Teisha Vogel – Age 5
Once upon a time there was a tree. Around the tree flowers were growing, butterflies were fluttering, the sun was shining and Olly came over and said, “Hi”. Olly was a vowel and she is a friend of mine. That day Olly and I played with barbies outside. Everyday I see Olly at school, she likes to help our teacher with reading. Olly likes to play on the slides with me, and sometimes with her friends too. Her friends name’s are: Ally, the A vowel, Elly the E vowel, Iggy the I vowel, Uggy the U vowel and Yippy the Y vowel. They like to play around with the children’s heads; they like to confuse them by mixing themselves up in words. The vowels lived happily ever after and they will always be my friends.
The Lion Was Hungry
By: Leighton Vogel - Age 8
Once upon a time a Lion roared! Why? because he was hungry, he wanted food, he wanted MICE. He was so hungry he could eat a Deer, maybe seven and a half Deers. So he went looking for his breakfast. As he started to walk he smelled mice, but he couldn't see them. The mice were hiding in their hole in the ground, they thought they were safe in their hole. There was only one problem with their hole, the mice made their hole too big. When the Lion came by the mice hole, he didn't notice it with all the leaves covering it. The Lion walked right over the leaves and half way across he fell into the big mouse hole. He was trapped, he was stuck! The mice started to nibble on the Lion and this tickled him. The Lion began to laugh, he laughed and he laughed until he laughed so hard that he burst out of the hole. The Lion was free! He ran away fast, he was scared of those mice, they tried to eat him! The good news about this story is….. The Lion and the mice lived happily ever after, but the Lion was and would always be scared of mice.
I've Always Wondered About……….
By: Nicholas Salmon - Age 8
I've always wandered about the Loch Ness Monster. If I go to the beach, I wonder about the Loch Ness Monster that lives in the Ness Lake. But the scientists can't find out how the Ness Island shakes. Scientists don't know how the monster breathes but some people think that there is a hole in the back of the monster. Most people think that it pops its head out of the water. Nessie, the lake monster eats fish, sharks, squids, fishermen and abandoned ships. Most people think that Nessie exists.
A cool web site: http://www.loch-ness-scotland.com/
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