Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Highland Home Photographs

  • I am feeling my tummy rolling round because I am a tiny bit nervous.

  • I can see the difficult wall I am about climb next.

  • I can hear Louie saying “I want to come down, I want to come down.”

  • I can smell a rubbery smell.

  • I am feeling the cold wet rocks as I walk in the cave

  • I can see cave wetas crawling round and the koura in the water.

  • I can  hear just the stream water and all the other kids chatting.

  • I can smell nothing really because we are in a cave.

  • I am feeling surprised about how high Tom’s score is.

  • I can see all the shots on the target.

  • I can  hear the gunshots in the background.

  • I can smell the gunpowder of the other guns.

  • I am feeling amazed from the sculpture.

  • I can see the giant whatonga sculpture.

  • I can  hear everyone talking.

  • I can smell all the nature around me.

  • I am feeling like I want another turn.

  • I can see tiny  animals.

  • I can  hear the rapids of the river.

  • I can smell little fish.

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Sentence types

Opener Sentences.
As we were at the river, we were being bitten to pieces.
As Soon as I entered the cave, I saw wetas.
Before we went caving, I was a tiny bit nervous.
After we went caving, I wanted to do it again.
Although the windmills looked small from a distance, they were actually giant.
Serial Sentences.
Louie bowled, Alex hit and I caught.
The morning runs were tiring, dark and long.
The trampolines were big, bouncy and fun.
The cabins were littered with dirty clothes, bags and pillows.
The cave is fun, dark and wet.
Interruptor sentence
Alex and I saw bees, flying fast, we ran away.
I bowled, Louie swung, The ball hit the wicket.
I ate breakfast, fast, it was yummy.