An interesting picture that begs many a-question.
What are they? Where are they from? Are they friendly? What do they want? Do they mean us harm, or come in peace? And more importantly, do they have any legs?
It’s up to you to decide as you construct your story. Try to incorporate all of the skills that you have learned in class.
Wonder where in the World the comments will come from this week. Happy writing.
This week’s challenge uses five seemingly unrelated words:
red before snake clock cycled
Your task is, in around 100 words, to somehow weave a tale that includes all of these words. They can appear in any order throughout your text, but you must include all of them.
I look forward to reading and then sharing, on the 100wc website for the World to see.
This week’s writing challenge is prompted by this picture, taken from a school in New Zealand.
What do you think is happening here? Is it a creature? Where did it come from? What is it doing here? Friend or Foe?
I’m looking forward to reading your entries.
ps: Any resemblance to the current President of the United States is purely coincidental!
As part of your Christmas homework you have been set the challenge to write a 100 word story. Choose one, or more, of the following phrases to fit somewhere in your story. They can go anywhere but must be the exact words written here.
…and there you have it, Christmas is the best time of year…
…he told me that if I wished really hard then…
…get that turtle off my foot…
…and that’s why all the staff need a pay rise with immediate effect…
…smoke rose from the top of Mr Wallace’s head as he grinned…
Looking forward to reading these over the festive period.
Mr W and Mrs R
The final prompt of 2017.
Things to think about:
- Why is the monkey so angry?
- What was he trying to do?
- What is he thinking?
- Imagine you are the monkey – what would make you that cross?
This week, we return to a part of a sentence. Remember it has to be part of your story with no changes. The prompt is:
…the tiger was blocking our escape…
Things to consider as you write your story:
- Where are you?
- Who are you with?
- Why is there a tiger?
- Why do you need to escape?
Good luck. I look forward to reading them.
Remember, every story published on here is also published on the 100 Word Challenge website (100wc.net) . From here they can be seen from all over the world.
This week’s prompt is just five words. They can be included anywhere in your piece of work.
sandwich battery energetic white hurried
Remember that all posts on the school blog will then be linked to the 100 Word Challenge website (100wc.net) and could receive feedback from anywhere in the World.
Let’s get writing.