Leny Lion’s Restaurant, by Caelie, Year 6

Word to be used in writing: salt, melted, brown, giraffe, greasy Have you ever been to Leny Lion’s Restaurant? Well, this is my experience…. I was on a safari in South Africa. I was getting hungry so I went to Leny Lion’s Safari Restaurant. There were actual lions serving me. They sat me down and said, “Your meal will be ready soon”. I snuck into the kitchen and saw what they were cooking. It was Read more…

Most Prized Object, by Jack, Year 8

Words to be used: salt, melted, brown, giraffe, greasy Eric the giraffe scattered brown salt across the pavement, leaving a greasy, melted trail of snow behind him. Eric’s nickname was very apt. Giraffe was definitely accurate. His neck and shoulders had stretched out to impossible lengths. I moved out of the alley as Eric trundled away. I looked up and down the streets lined with market stalls and people selling wooden chopping boards, cheese and Read more…

Hottest Day of The Year, by Zachary P, Year 9

Words to be used in writing: salt, melted, brown, giraffe, greasy As we finished with the greasy car engine, we were told that the giraffe exhibit needed a food top-up. We drove down in the ranger’s car. When we got to the brown enclosure, we were told that this was to be the hottest day of the year. After we finished with the giraffe exhibit we were so hot that we felt like we had Read more…

Greasy The Giraffe, by Angus, Year 5

Words to be used in writing: salt, melted, brown, giraffe, greasy Greasy the Giraffe had special taste. He didn’t like eating leaves. That was a problem since that’s the main thing he eats. He just had to suck it up. One day, Greasy saw a group of people on a bus. He thought he saw someone drop something out of the window. He scuttered over to see what the man had dropped. It was labeled, Read more…

How To Make A Giraffe Burger, by Ben, Year 7

Words to be used in writing: salt, brown, melted, giraffe, greasy Ingredients: 1 giraffe torso 5 brown onions 1 tsp. salt 30 slices tasty cheese 2 large iceberg lettuce 2 large jars pickled gherkins 15 brioche buns 2 eggs Method: 1. Remove bones and gristle and mince the giraffe meat. 2. Dice the onions. 3. In a large bowl, mix the minced giraffe, onions, egg and salt until combined. 4. Press mixture into balls. 5. Read more…

The Weirdest Foster Parents, by Erika, Year 5

Words to be used in writing: salt, brown, melted, giraffe, greasy I’m at the new house with my brother and sister, also with another set of greasy giraffes (foster parents). This house was basically all metal but some parts at the bottom had melted. I thought that was the 2nd weirdest thing in this house. The 4th weirdest thing is the parents. They both have hair going straight up and beards going straight down, which Read more…

The Giraffe Themed Lollie Shop, by Brookes, Year 6

Words to be used in writing: salt, brown, melted, giraffe, greasy When I was 11 years old, my dad and I set up a lollie store with a giraffe theme because my dad has an abnormally long neck. My favourite lollies that we made were salted caramel and melted chocolate clumps. To make salted caramel, you need sugar, cocoa, sea salt and milk. Put it in a greasy pot and set the right temperature. It Read more…

The Last Sausage, by Jamison, Year 7

Words to be used in writing: salt, brown, melted, giraffe, greasy During the holidays, we visited the zoo. While we were there, a man set up a sausage sizzle next to the giraffe enclosure. He had cooked a pile of greasy brown onions and sausages. He also added some melted butter and salt. Out of nowhere, a tall giraffe leant down and snatched a sausage straight out of a man’s hand. The angry man asked Read more…

Unknown Intent, by Jack, Year 8

The mist hung low upon the sodden ground as in a clearing up ahead squawking and conversation be heard. Intrigued by the sounds, I pressed on further to see creatures with wooly, beaver-like faces and bat-like wings. I reeled back in fear. What on earth were these things? Several creatures looked up to where I was hiding, made a few clicks as their wings fluttered out, revealing a two foot wingspan. I felt a whoosh Read more…

The Pizza Delivery, by Toby, Year 6

I had a sore neck. I could not move it much so I had to order pizza. An Uber was free and near by Pizza Hut. The Uber driver, Bob, said, “I’ll be there in three minutes”. “For what?” I asked. “To get to your house with the pizza!” exclaimed Bob. I waited hungrily for the pizza to arrive. Bob finally appeared and told me about the beautiful creek that he past on the way Read more…

Flooding, by Angus, Year 5

One day, I was walking home with my Dad. When we got there, I turned on the television and it said that it was going to be nineteen degrees and raining at 4 o’clock. Once the rain arrived, it seemed like it would never stop. It went on for hours. My Dad looked out the window and he observed that the lake was flooding as quick as a flash. “We have to get out quickly Read more…

Pollution, by Mitchell, Year 4

My friend and I were cleaning the lake full of pollution. We found plastic containers, bottles, cups and lids. The lake was all green. We cleaned for an hour or two. It smelt awful because there were rotting plants that looked like roots. There was so much pollution that we needed five more people to clean up all the mess. There were some adults wanting to go for a swim in the lake. We asked Read more…

Arc 8, by Archie, Year 4

We were exploring planets to live on and we found one that was just like Earth. We decided to investigate the planet. We named it Arc 8 (Earth 2). The planet had oxygen and no fauna so we decided to land on the planet and investigate if it was safe to live on. I was walking along the planet floor and found some moving plants. I yelled out to my friends and they came running. Read more…

Engine One Down, by Rex, Year 6

“Engine One down”, I say, “We’re going for a crash landing”. We brace as we collide with the ground. The ship screeches as bits of metal fly everywhere. I start to feel the weight of my body forcing me backwards and then, blackness. I wake up and the first thing I see is shrapnel in my foot. I feel the pain radiate through my body. I smell fuel. I think to myself that I must Read more…