The Sinking Pavement, by Caleb, Year 3

Words to be used in the story: red, ladder, sinking, coins, pavement One day, there was a red-haired boy who loved walking down the pavement until one day it started to sink. The pavement was full of coins and people were sinking and thinking they were dying, but everyone grabbed all the money. It was the President’s money and he was angry so he went to the pavement. His head went flying off because he Read more…

Lost Teddy, by Angus, Year 5

A family bought their daughter a gorgeous little teddy bear for her birthday. She loved it and brought it everywhere she went. One day she went shopping with her parents for groceries. She was holding so many bags that she dropped her beloved stuffed toy as they were walking home. She unpacked the food and put it into the fridge when, suddenly, it hit her. She’d lost her precious bear. She was devastated. She put Read more…

BAD TEDDY, by Archie, Year 4

In the darkest minute of the night, a random stranger deliberately dropped a teddy into some toxic waste. Immediately, the teddy transformed into a massive, evil, mutant teddy, that went on a rampage to DESTROY THE CITY… He started to obliterate a school and he got halfway through destroying it when Captain Underpants arrived in an aeroplane. He jumped out of the plane and plummeted down from ten kilometres high, straight into the mutant teddy Read more…

Anna and Lucy, by Isla, Year 5

Anna’s teddy, Lucy, was her most favourite thing in the whole world. They lived in New York. One weekend, Anna and her dad went into the city for her birthday. Anna brought Lucy with her because she always took her everywhere. They had an amazing lunch and Anna bought lots of toys. Dad gave her the shopping bags to carry, so Anna forgot about Lucy. As soon as they got to the car, she realised Read more…

Scruffy, Everyone’s Friend, by Chris, Year 8

I was walking in the city looking at all the flashing lights and listening to cars driving past me. I could not go on this adventure without Scruffy, my teddy bear. Suddenly, I walked past a man with raggedy old clothes and teeth that looked like beans. He seemed very sad, as if he needed a friend. I put Scruffy down on the ground and said, “Now you have someone to keep you company”. He Read more…

The Long Gone Teddy, by Olivia, Year 9

The Dobell family were leaving their small country town, called Elmore, for a Hawaiian holiday. On the way to the airport, while Anne was navigating and Lan was driving, their five year old son, Ben, was screaming, “Are we there yet?” He was swinging his favourite teddy bear out of the window when they drove over a bump and he accidentally let go. Unfortunately, they couldn’t turn back on the busy freeway. Ben cried loudly Read more…

Stormy – The Naughtiest Doggy, by Maddy, Year 5

“Where is he? Where’s Mr Ted?” I thought. I had looked everywhere but there was still no sign of him. I scanned the kitchen, my sister’s room and my bedroom, but I couldn’t find him anywhere. I retraced my steps. I ran up and down the stairs, walked circles around the living room and then checked outside. “I found him”, I screamed in joy, but he wasn’t in one piece. He was in hundreds of Read more…

Stormy – The Naughtiest Doggy, by Maddy, Year 5

“Where is he? Where’s Mr Ted?” I thought. I had looked everywhere but there was still no sign of him. I scanned the kitchen, my sister’s room and my bedroom, but I couldn’t find him anywhere. I retraced my steps. I ran up and down the stairs, walked circles around the living room and then checked outside. “I found him”, I screamed in joy, but he wasn’t in one piece. He was in hundreds of Read more…

Roseifeen’s Slingshot Teddy, by Brookes, Year 6

Once upon a time there was a girl called Roseifeen and her favourite thing to do was play with her teddy. One day, they went to a theme park. Roseifeen wanted to go on all the rides. First, she want on the Gravitron and then the Tumbler. On the Slingshot, her teddy began slipping out of her reach. Zoom, the teddy was gone. Rosey was a mix of sad, shook and scared. She needed teddy Read more…

Poor Willy, by Jazmine, Year 7

I am just lying here. I fell from the window, so here I lie in the middle of the path. People are stepping on me, not caring. I have feelings too. I’m not just a bear. I’m Willy. I’ve tried to get back up to Sasha’s room before she comes home from her dance lesson. I’m hoping someone will throw me back through the window before she misses me. It isn’t Sasha’s fault. She was Read more…

The Mystery Of The Toys In The Night, by Henry B, Year 3

There once was a bear that got dropped, on purpose, by its owner, so somebody else could keep it. When it turned nightfall he came to life and went to the toy store. When he got there, all the other toys had come to life too. They were so busy planning an adventure that, at first, he didn’t even get noticed. When they noticed him, they welcomed him and asked how he got there. They Read more…

The Song That Went Offbeat by Toby, Year 6

Marsh Mallow just had an event on Fortnite because he was famous and had over one million viewers. The event was pretty massive and Marsh was very nervous because the para-gliders of Marsh were pretty offbeat. Everyone who paid V-bucks wanted a refund because it was completely out of tune. Marsh was horrified and he was almost bankrupt. He worked on trying to fix the para-gliders by recoding the disc. It took four days to Read more…

JBM Band, by Ella, Year 8

We hear our names being screamed out as we set foot on the stage. John, Bob, Mal and I get into our positions. I sit on the tiny stool with my drum set in front of me. Bob places his guitar strap over his shoulder and strums once. The crowd goes insane, but something doesn’t sound right. I can’t quite put my finger on the issue, so I let it go. We all start to Read more…

New Car, by Angus, Year 5

“I have exciting news, we’re getting a new car. I’m looking at a Lamborghini”, I told my kids. “Yay!”, they shouted. “Wait, no, I’m getting a Toyota, Camry”. “Boooo!!” my kids sulked. One of them said, “At least Dad’s getting a new car. It has to be better than the old one. Remember how it was completely out of tune and it just stopped in the middle of the road and someone hit us and Read more…

Out Of Tune, by Rex, Year 6

I can’t wait to go to the concert because it’s going to be awesome. When we arrive we are gonna get front-row seats. While we are waiting in the 34 degree heat, we will grab an ice-cold drink and a good old ice-cream. After that, the first band will be on. Last time, when the guitarist started he was completely out of tune, but he finally got himself together after the third song. I hope Read more…

It Was Completely Out Of Tune, by Jamison, Year 7

Once there was a boy who loved the guitar, but at his first concert when he picked up the guitar and started to play, he found it was completely out of tune. The entire two thousand person crowd began to laugh, so he ran off the stage crying. The instrument he had once loved had made him sad. After the show, he grabbed his most expensive, gold guitar ($99,999) and smashed it onto the floor. Read more…