Scooter, by Zachary P, Year 8

Words to be used in writing: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late In 2497, in the dark world, the only fun is the race where you ride a machine with a name too long to pronounce, so it has the nickname, Scooter. As my navigator, Rose, was excitedly telling me about the next marker, a strange light appeared. It seemed that a person was coming out of it. Swerving to get out of the way, we Read more…

Jeffy’s Birthday, by Mika, Year 6

Words to be used in writing: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late Jeffy woke up early and realised it was his birthday. He rose out of bed and quickly tiptoed down the steps to see a huge present right in front of him. He quietly, but excitedly, peaked through the wrapping paper and saw, behind the transparent plastic, an electrical scooter. Jeffy crept back up the stairs because it was only 5am and went to sleep Read more…

Rose And Her Scooter, by Mitchell, Year 4

There was a girl called Rose who would always be late for school. One day, on her birthday her parents gave her a present. They said to come into the garage. As she excitedly walked down the hall, she found some glasses. “They are very transparent”, she thought, “Are they yours, Mum?” she asked. “Oh yes, they are”, Mum replied. She finally made it to the door. There was a scooter she could ride. “Wow!”, Read more…

Furious Mr Cer-Palot, by Archie, Year 4

Words to be used in writing: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late “On Friday, the 13th of October, I was on my scooter riding down the street excitedly, running over the rose bushes, making my neighbours angry! They started throwing transparent balls. Each time they threw one hundred balls at me I fell over and that’s how I became late for school, Mr Cer-Palot”, I explained to my principal. “Likely story, Child. Hee! Hee!” He meanly Read more…

Rose’s Scooter Dilemma, by Jamison, Year 7

Words to be used in writing: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late Rose decided that she wanted to buy a scooter, so off she set to the shops with her mum. Once they arrived, Rose began to browse excitedly. “Oooh, I like this”, said Rose’s mum. “No, Mum!” Rose replied, “I don’t like the transparent wheels”. Finally, Rose chose a flashy, light-up scooter. When they got home, Rose rode her scooter over to Dave’s house. He Read more…

True Unknown, by Rex, Year 6

Words to be used in writing: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late He propels around on his rose red scooter, late at night below the transparent sky, glistening. A gift. His name is Scootman. He stops crime, comes out with the murderer in his hands. Crowds scream excitedly, thrilled to see Scootman himself. No single person knows his true identity, but I think I know. 12/11/20 At 6:39pm, Mark Sherbet, a famous scooter daredevil and martial Read more…

She Returns, by Isla, Year 5

Words to be used in writing: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, lost I slowly rose out of my bed and put on my glasses. My glasses weren’t transparent, because they were very spotty and bright yellow. After I got dressed and had breakfast, I ran to my scooter and I excitedly rode to school. I couldn’t wait because my BFF was coming back to New South Wales from America. I was so glad she was coming Read more…

Crime In My Yard, by Erika, Year 5

Words to be used: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late My life had passed in the blink of an eye. I rose from my bed. “Finally!” said Mum, “you’re already late for school.” I blinked open my eyes again and every thing looked transparent. Then I looked again, everything was still clear as clear. Mum spoke about school excitedly …. Obviously, I wasn’t listening. I got ready and I went to get my scooter, but it Read more…

The Game, by Ben, Year 7

Words to be used: rose, scooter, excitedly, transparent, late I rose late in the day. I was still tired from the basketball game the night before. We won, so we had a victory party that went into the early hours of the morning. I hurried to put on my clothes . Then I grabbed my scooter and raced over to my closest friend’s house to let him know the good news. In my haste, I Read more…

NAPLAN, by Erika, Year 5

It was the final day of Naplan and I was tired and grumpy. There was no-one to help me feel better at home but my older brother who is in year 11. His name is Gerald. Gerald was so annoying because he just wouldn’t stop laughing and he wouldn’t tell me what was so funny . Angrily, I got my computer out and started to do my boring homework, but then a glitch spazzed my Read more…

Gerald, by Ben, Year 7

Gerald just couldn’t stop laughing because he was looking at old videos of himself doing a funny dance nearly thirty years ago, when he was just a toddler. He wondered how he could have managed to move with such a full nappy. It was remarkable. His puffy brown hair was jiggling up and down like a mushroom. Gerald’s mother had her head in her hands, but a large smile across her face. She was remembering Read more…

The Cake I Tried To Make, by Toby, Year 6

Words to be used in writing: salt, melted, brown, giraffe, greasy I wanted to make a brown giraffe cake for breakfast because I could and it was the twenty-first of May. I needed to go to the shops to get chocolate, milk, lots of sugar, salt and almond meal. I had plenty of butter at home because Dad bought two shopping trolleys full last time he shopped. Once I finally finished my shopping, I used Read more…

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…