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Friday at 8:26am

Today we dressed up as different characters from myths and legends, we made our very own wacky and imaginative monsters (out of sticky clay) turned into stone by Medusa. There were all sorts of monsters; an amazing Unicorn Pegasus, a normal person and a hand with one eye on one side and a mouth on the other. Everyone had fun and looked the part too. Ella says, “I really enjoyed it”. We all had a wonderful time in our extremely colourful costumes. The most popular outfit was Medusa so no wonder all the mythical creatures turned into stone. We would love to hear about your very own made up mythical creatures.

By Ella, Jasmine and Wren

Comments that people have made about this blog post

Comment 1 Comment by Mr Herring on 09 Jan 12 at 4:10pm | Quote this comment
2TPs for the first person to comment and explain why I have chosen to tickle pink these two phrases in this piece of writing.
Comment 2 Comment by Hannah D on 09 Jan 12 at 5:00pm | Quote this comment
Because they're adjectives.
Comment 3 Comment by Tarragon N on 09 Jan 12 at 5:02pm | Quote this comment
because it is telling what it is made of and they have a adverb.
Comment 4 Comment by Mr Herring on 09 Jan 12 at 5:20pm | Quote this comment
Which word is an adjective Hannah?
Which word is an adverb Tarragon?
What high quality punctuation have they used to include extra details?
Comment 5 Comment by Mr Herring on 09 Jan 12 at 5:23pm | Quote this comment
Make sure when you comment on the blog you write in full sentence (including capital letters and full stops!)
Comment 6 Comment by Hannah D on 09 Jan 12 at 5:38pm | Quote this comment
Out of the sticky clay.
Comment 7 Comment by Tarragon N on 10 Jan 12 at 5:04pm | Quote this comment
Extremely and brakets.

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