Share the learning journey of 23 amazing Year 4 children at Fieldhead Carr Primary School, Leeds.
i wonder who's going to be the big star writer this week crossed fingers it might be me
I wonder who it might be too. I always find it hard to decide because everyone in Y4 always works so hard.Good luck Elle!
wow i wonder who is big star write
We won't know until Monday's edit and improve session.
Poppy and the strawberries tales like to travel now this one came fron aspple trees in scotland. Simon heard it from liverpool and new york who wrote it down.One day poppy and her grandma went shopping in town their first call was at the fruit shop. while poppys grandma was buying some fruit for her and her husband poppy saw some jucy looking strawberries and was about to lick her lips and take a big handfull when a shop keeper came and said "do you need any help"so I replied and said "no just looking"then the shop keeper got confused and said"i'm shore you like strawberries dont you.So Poppy had another look at the strawberries and had a look at the confused shop keepers hand and stood really still. When they left the shop poppys grandma asked why she hadnt taken the strawberries when the shop keeper had told you to well you see grandma his hand is twice as big as mine and poppy and her grandma ate all the strawberris the shopkeeper give to her by Abbie
Goodness me Abbie, you didn't waste anytime getting your story online! Fantastic, 20 golden tickets on there way to you on Monday.I really like your version Abbie, strawberries are one of my favourite fruits, especially dipped in sugar. It seems Poppy enjoys them too.
I love strawberries strawberries dipped in suger aswell and by the way I am going to get my nanna and mum and dad to post a comment and our blog.by Abbie
I cant belive that me and marayam get 20 raffle tikets wow. by Abbie
i wonder if i get twenty raffle tickets
Here is my version of the story;Amy mouse and the cheeseOne day Amy mouse went shopping with her mother mouse and her daddy mouse.Their first call was at the mouse market.While Amy's mother was looking at some clothes and her daddy mouse was looking for the daily chedder newspaper,Amy looked longingly at a box containing lovey,soft yellow cheese."Help yourself to a pawfull,Amy mouse"said the mouse man.But Amy mouse did not move."I'm sure you like cheese,dont you"asked the puzzled mouse man and Amy mouse nodedd her head quickly and sqeaked quitly.Thinking that the little mouse was too shy to help herself,the mouse man went over to the box and gave her a large pawfull.When they left the shop Amy mouse's mother mouse and daddy mouse asked her why she had not taken the cheese when the mouse man had told her to."Well you see mummy and daddy repplied Amy mouse,his paw is twice as big as mine.
What a brilliant version Maryam, I like how you have created a "Daily Cheddar" newspaper,very clever!20 golden tickets for you too.
this is my story Lisa and the strawberry's tales like to travel now this one came from Leeds in England john heard it from cinfia chilufier who wrote it down.he had taught her one of my story's and now i am passing her story on to you so lets play pass the story pass this one on and see how far it can travel.One day a girl called Lisa who is 5 years old went shopping with her grandma there first call was at Asda while her grandma was buying a little drink for Lisa and herself Lisa ran over to a box containing red marvelous strawberry's "help yourself to a bag full Lisa"said the Asda person but lisa ran over and clung onto her grandmas leg and then the Asda person went and took a large bag full and gave the bag of strawberry`s and gave them to grandma. when they got home lisa told her mum all about the strawberry`s and her mum replied "why dident you take the strawberry`s when he told u to "well you see mummy his hand is as twice as big as mine!
Super version Kelis, more strawberry tales.
20 tickets for you too.
Today we did big write and this was my story Pingu the penguin and the fishFish like to swim now this one swam to north pole antartiaca seal and starfish made up a story about pingu and some fish they told it to crab who snappped it down crab told it to nemo and now nemos passing their story on to you so lets play pass the story pass this one on and we'll see howmfar it can swim.one frost morning pingu went to the fish market with his grandpa when they arrived at the shop pingu went straight up to a box containing lovely pink salmon "help yourself to a flipper full pingu" but pingu just stood and stared "i'm sure you like salmon don't you your a penguin" and pingu nodded his head quickly thinking that pingu was too shy to help himself the fish monger gave pingu a large hand full when they left the shop nobody said anything they walked home in silence 20 minutes later pingu went to grandpa penguin and said " do you know why i didn't take the salmon when the fish monger told me to grandpa" "no" said grandpa in a croaky voice "it is because the fish monger has bigger flippers than me" well thats very claver of you pingu but you must remember never to ignor people" "ok grandpa" and from that day on pingu has always taken something when the green grocer has told him to. The end
Well done Elle, you read your Big Write work out to the class before swimming. I really like the moral message you give in your version.
20 tickets on the way to you on Monday.
hi i'm elle's nanna i have enjoyed reading the diffrent comments well done everybody keep up the good workfrom elle's nannawell done elle and good luck X
thanc you elle's nana from ela x x x
Hello Elle's Nanna,welcome to our blog. As you can see there's always something going on in Year 4.Keep popping back to join in with our fun.
mulengar and the mangowstales like to travel now thisone came from orange trees in africa ean hurd it from sintha chiniluthia who wrote it down i told her one of my stories and now i am pasing her ,s on to you so let ,s play pas the storypas this one on and we wil see how far it can travel 1 day mulenga went shoping with his mother ther 1 call was at the green grochers. while his mother was bying some frutes mulenga lookt longinginly at a box of lovley jusy mangows tace a hand full said the green groachersmoulenga did not move so the green grocher was so confusedthat he went to the box and pict up 5 mango slises mulenga said thanc you to the green grocherwhen mulenga was on the way home with his moher his moter asct him why he had not tacen the mangows when the green grochers he asct him to well you see mother his hand is 2s , as big as mine ha ha cleva.from ela x x x
Well done Ela, a super version. 20 tickets for you.
tales like to travel now this one came from the north pole intaritaca jone heard it for sintulifa chlufua who rote it down i have told her one of my storys and noqw i am pass my story on to you lets play pass the story pass this one and see how far it can travel one day pinguq went shopping with with her dad there first call was at tesco the by some meet take a flipper full said the shop keeper and pinguq did not movie the boy in the shop was to shy to take the popcorn so they left to shop. THE END
i lice your story cloe it;s great it is so diffrent to mulenga and the cherrs from ela x x x
You have created a different version to Mulenga and the Cherries. Poor Pingu didn't get anything. 20 tickets for you too.
Today in big write we did our own verson to mulenga and the cherries here is one I made up because I forgot my big write one .... Polly and the Plums Tails liked to travel now this one came from Secroft,LeedsTom heard it from Whinmoor,England who wrote it down.He had taught her one of my story's and now i am passing her story on to you so lets play pass the story pass this one on and see how far it can travel.One Icy morning Polly went to the purple grocers Polly asked her dad if she could go have a look at the juicy plums ? her dad replyd "yes you may but do not move from there please" She stared longingly at the big box containing lots of juicy plum "take a handful Polly I'm sure you like them don't you ?"asked the puzzled purple grosser,Polly wanted to take a handful when she got out of the shop then Dad asked Polly why she didn't get a handful off the grosser Polly answered"well you see daddy he's hand is as twice as big as mine"Dad answered"Next time Polly please reply too the grosser"and from that day on Polly has always answered back !. The end.
Well done Grace,20 tickets for you too.I am going to find choosing a Big Write Star very,very hard this week.
ilice our storyfrom ela x x x
awer story is great
i like your storys ela and grace they are fab beter then melguer and the cheries
mine would of been good too but i lost it all (when i was typing it all disapeared)
thank you nannaxx
thant you elles nanna
this story is about pepsi and the cola and the peachstales like too travel now this one came from pepsi land in England pepsi heard it from cola chulfia who wrote it down i have told her one off my storys and now i am passing one off my storys on too you so lets play pass the story pass this one and see how far it can travel one day pepsi went shopping whith his mum there first call was at the cola grocers help your self too some peacs said the cola grocer and pepsi did not move. pepsi stared at the box containing peacspepsi's mum said its time too go as soon as they was out off the shop his mother said why did you not take the peacs when the cola grocer said too well you see mother his hand is twice as big as myne the.
Well done Joshua, another super story!20 tickets for you too.
That was lovely Joshua, i enjoyed reading your story and everyone else's stories too, they were very interesting.From Hazel (joshua's mum)
I have to agree Joshua's Mum. There are some great stories, I'm very lucky to have such a fantastic class
Tales like to travel now this one came from green trees in zambia Jhon heard it from cynthia chilufia who wrote it down now im passing her story on to you so lets play pass the story pass this one on and see how far it can travel.one day Emily went shopping with her dad while her dad was buying some necklaces for his wife Emily looked longingly at a box containing lovely shining rings,help yourself to a handful Emily said the Jewler but Emily did not move im sure u like rings dont you asked the puzzled Jeweler thinking that the girl was too shy to help herself the Jeweler went to the box and gave Emily a larege handfull.When they left the shop Emilys Dad had asked her why she had not taken the rings when she had been told to well you see daddy her hand is twice as big as mine.
Another super story based on Mulenga. Well done Olivia, 20 tickets for you.