Retold by Cerys Massey
Cerys has retold the story in great detail, using adjectives and adverbs which allows the reader to imagine the scenes for themselves.
Cerys has used a range of punctuation including full stops, commas, apostrophes, direct speech marks, question marks and exclamation marks.
Cerys had ensured that all the events are in chronological order.
Cerys’s handwriting and presentation are of a high standard.
Well done Cerys! (from all 4JB)
For our Star Work this week 4FS has chosen Clarice's mosaic.
I like Clarice's mosaic work because I know she took a long time to put her design together and assemble the pieces to create the work.
Clarice has carefully cut her tiles so that she could create her chosen design of a flamingo.
When I looked at Clarice's design, I was instantly able to tell what her mosaic was. She has taken a lot of care.
I like Clarice's work as she has used lots of detail and bright colours just like Antoni Gaudi.
For Star Work this week 5KA have picked four fabulous Egyptian Death Masks belonging to Alisha, Grace, Jemima and Millie. All four were so wonderful that it was very hard to choose just one.
The girls all took their time, showed patience and put a great deal of effort in to their work to make their masks as realistic as possible.
All the girls have made sure the facial features (such as eyebrows, nose and lips) really stand out and are moulded to a realistic shape.
Millie has done a great job at trying to use a reflected design on her mask.
A lot of use like how neat Grace's pattern is and how the design is very simple but very effective.
Jemima has used vivid colours and a striking pattern for the headdress.
Alisha chose to do a pattern that is very different to the rest of the girls which makes her design stand out.