First, the huge sun quickly heats up the land causing the trees and green plants to dry up. Just then, the wild wind quickly as a flash comes over and blows on the land. Eventually, the land ignites brightly because it is too hot. Later, the devastating, crackling and monstrous wildfire begins to spread easily.
Firstly, the wallibies have strong, powerful and long legs. This is to help them jump very high. Secondly, wallibies have furry tails to keep them warm in the cold. Next, the wallibies have long, pointy and cute ears so this is to help them hear loud noises. Finally, wallibies are adorable, wonderful and cuddly mammals.
FLASH FLOODS IN PIT
On Wednesday 4th July 1838 William, Benjamin and Jimmy entered the Huskar pit. Next the disastrous, devastating and monstrous flood went into the mine. All of a sudden they heard a scary, rumbling and loud noise because the flood was coming. Without warning the water entered the dark, cold and spooky tunnel. Suddenly the huge, dirty and grey rocks fell in front of the door.
Firstly we walked to the Victoria Tunnel it was wet, gloomy and slimy inside. Next we carried our beaming, shiny and bright torch. Then we turned off our torch and it was dark, scary and spooky. After that we heard a very loud noise which sounded like a cart on the track.
First the adult frog lays its eggs in the special water. Next the eggs turn into tadpoles. They swim in the sea for food.
Did you know Victorian children worked in the dark, dangerous and smelly mines? Firstly the children were cheaper than adults but they got hurt a lot. Secondly they sometimes got stuck in the scary, spooky and terrifying machines.
I like basketball because it is fun, exciting and funny. I do basketball with Jeanette. She shows us how to shoot in the baskets.
Basketball was fun and cool because it was easy. Janet works with the Newcastle Eagles basketball team. Janet has come to our school to teach us some basketball skills. Janet taught us how to dribble and I thought it was easy. I really enjoyed working with Janet and looking forward to seeing her again.
In Dog’s Trust, dogs get new homes because they are ill and sometimes they get lost in the streets. Another reason is owners don’t want their dogs or cannotÂ look after them any more. Some people give them the food which makes them fat and sad. Once thereÂ was a girl and poo was on the ground next to her and she fell down really next to it. Her mum helped her up and the girl’s hand went into the poo and then her hand went into her eye and that eye went blind. Dogs eat dog food and drink fresh water. Mollie once was lost in the street and Dog’s Trust found her. She wasÂ sad and now she is happy in her new, warm and cosy home with newÂ friends.