Thank you Suzie for challanging me I couldn’t have been a better astrount without you so made this for you.Suzie thank you for what you did .you’ve done it’s all most like you’ve touched me with a magical wand. I liked the dissness colour order one .You made me very happy one more thing just for me …123. THANK YOU.Suzie. from Cherrelle the girl who said that she bumped her head. year 3
Cherrelle’s review of: The world’s worst children
Author: David Williams
Now for the teachers if you have kids and they are trouble makers don’t let them read this book and also if your a kid like me don’t read this book oh no I’m in trouble got to go!
We created some Emoticons in Literacy today!
Can you work out what feelings or emotions our photoemoticons are representing?
Cherrelle’s review of: Anansi and the turtle
Author: group of people Ashanti’s
Anansi is a very cheeky and sly spider. But I enjoyed it alot so I’ll give you a hint of what it is all about,maybe not what it’s all about. Anansi has dinner with the turtle but Anansi tricks the turtle and eats all the food. Anansi is taught a lesson .What goes around comes around. Thank you for listening to my book review!
Today Cherelle, Faizan H, Lily, Admiah, Oskar worked on a list of words and decided which were adverbs and which were not.
Adverbs – angrily, friendly, cruelly,
Not an adverb – the, never, bully, well, ugly, lonely
Some like lonely and never were quite tricky but Admiah worked out it was an adjective!
Comment if you can tell Beechy what is the difference between an adverb and an adjective.