One day Eva and I were walking home from football,when suddenly we heard a weeping noise. We both turned around and started looking around. Eva said that is was probably just a cat. I was really hungry and so was Eva , we decided to pop into the shop and get something. We turned into a lane, that was quicker. We were walking up the lane when he heard the weeping noise again, and this time it was really loud. Eva and I were terrified. Suddenly the Grim Reaper jumped out. He had his scythe in in his hand. !
I gasped as I watch the hooded statue come to life, bit by bit the statue started to move. I could remember my Dad telling me that the statue was there when he was a kid and that everybody was scared of it. He said it was the Grim Reaper. The Grim Reaper looked around but I could not see his face. The wind was blowing violently now as the Grim Reaper walked over to the tree were his sign was. Slowly she took down her dark hood. She looked around the park and then she looked straight at me.
As Pat walked through the wood`s, he went over to the tree his son was climbing. The tree stretched and twisted like play-dough in a child`s small pale hands. He strolled over just in time to see a dark figure fleeing from his son`s bloody corpse , which was brutally murdered. Mr. Cliney was no athlete but he knew how to run , so that’s what he did. He ran through the cold hard ground , the overhang of the canopy turned dark. The figure could not run very fast since he was in sandals and a robe. Suddenly it stopped, he launched himself towards the statue . Pat looked it where its eyes should be , NOOO! he screamed.
On Monday we met with the author Brian Gallagher. He has just written his 10th book. At the moment we are reading his book, Across the Divide in class. We are really enjoying it and it was a great pleasure to meet the author.
Well done to all the children who have been playing games and challenges on Mangahigh.com for Maths Week!! Well done.
The prompt this week is a picture. During the week you will be able read our entries here: http://kidblog.org/MsBrennocks5thClass/. You can also read our previous entries and some of the great comments we have received for our writing.
Here are some entries from from last week, by Stephen, Ava and Malinka.
This week our class took part in a Skype call with an organisation called Sharks4Kids. We made some posters in support of sharks. You can see our posters on the slideshow below.
We held a maths quiz today in the hall to mark the end of Maths Week 2014. The teams were made up of children form 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th class. The teams were from Ms. Sullivan’s class, Ms. Ferguson’s class, Ms. Roche’s class and Ms. Brennock’s class. It was great fun. Three teams had to compete in a tie-breaker round. In the end team number 12 were successful. Well done girls!