This week’s challenge is to the following passage in your writing, you may choose to use it at the start, in the middle or at the end. Please remember to type your own 100 words and post it below as a comment before next Friday.
… the cage was open. Who had let it out? Where had it gone?…
Try to use some of the following in your writing…
A range of sentence openers (adverbs, verbs, time conjunctions, adjectives, pronouns)
This year Sparrowhawks will all be entering the BBC Radio 2’s 500 word story competition (the largest story writing competition in the country).
Two weeks ago the children watched and were part of the live lesson which was broadcast into hundreds of classrooms across the country. Since then they have planned their own story and over half term their homework is to write their own 500 word story. Below is a copy of the instructions that were sent home with them.
500 word story – Due Wednesday 27th February
Task – to write your 500 word story (It is not like our 100 word challenges, it doesn’t have to be 500 words exactly but it can’t be more than 500 words).
Plans – You may use the plans that you have started in school or choose to start with a new idea.
Handing in – You may choose to write your story by hand or type your story.
Sparrowhawks, your challenge this week is to use the following 5 words in your 100 word challenge, you may use them at the start, finish or anywhere that you may like. How you write your challenge is entirely up to you, it could be as a short story, a poem or a piece of non fiction.
As before please enter your 100 words as a comment on this post, remembering not to include your full name.
Words to include: Bricks Gorilla Turquoise Running Anger