Lego Ladybug, by Chris, Year 7

I just stood there with my camera, waiting and waiting for the event. Suddenly, I felt something on my leg. Because I’m Lego I needed to bend over to see what was there. I looked down and, to my surprise, there were hundreds of ladybugs. This must be what the man meant when he said ‘event’. They kept on piling in like crashing waves. I quickly pressed the button on the camera to take the Read more…

Ladybugs, by Millie, Year 6

Bang! Zap! George and Pat were playing Lego when suddenly George started shrinking. “Pat, you’re huge,” George screamed, as Pat stood over him like a giant. George was now tiny, the size of Emmet from The Lego Movie. “Noooooooo!” he wailed, ” I have a date with Vicky tonight”. As he said that, a humungous swarm of ladybugs landed next to him. Each ladybug was the size of his foot. Terrified, George pulled out his Read more…

The Lego Man’s Adventure, by Olivia, Year 8

It all started when Thomas, the Lego man, went on a business trip to take some photos of the forest for his newspaper report. Unexpectedly, a swarm of ladybirds surrounded him. He tried to get away from them, but they kept on following. Thomas stood on a ladybird so big it carried him to the edge of a cliff. Stunned by what had happened, Thomas opened his eyes, which had been squeezed shut. Looking around, Read more…

John And The Ladybugs, by Quinn, Year 6

My dad is a famous ladybird scientist who studies weird bugs. One day, I was playing with my Lego near my dad’s ladybird collection when I suddenly dropped my favourite Lego man through a small hole into the ladybirds’ cage. The ladybirds start to come close to my favourite Lego man, John, and start biting him fiercely. Then I realise that the ladybugs are getting bigger by the second. I hear footsteps coming up the Read more…

The Ladybug-Attracting Light, by Brookes, Year 5

There was a little boy named Jeff who loved Lego. He had over one thousand pieces of Lego. One day, he bought a ladybug-attracting light because he loved ladybugs even more than Lego. The light was the perfect size for his Lego people to hold. He put it on his favourite Lego man, Jeff Junior, or JJ, for short. The next morning, Jeff set up the ladybug-attracting light in his room and left it for Read more…

The Picture, by Erika, Year 4

“ANTHONY! This is your last chance. Get the photo. Now remember, it has to have black and red dots. Don’t stuff up. Charlie has been your best friend since you were a kid,” said his boss. He slammed the door in his face. Anthony set off. Firstly, he went to his friend Charlie’s house. He was a scientist who had made a shrinking machine. The machine turned on and Anthony got so small that he Read more…

Small Tales, by Jazmine, Year 6

On one of the best days of a girl’s life, Susan was getting photographed, but when she’d only got one picture done, the photographer disappeared. His name was Freddy. Freddy started his own business because he found an old camera in his basement. The box said, “You’ve been warned. This camera might ruin your day. In one picture you will turn small. To go back to normal, take three pictures of your favourite animals”. So Read more…

The Death Fight, by Caleb, Year 2

One day, there were two fighters who were fighting five Karate Kids but one fighter clumsily fell on his sword and it stabbed him in the heart! He didn’t fight, he just passed away. After the Karate Kids had kicked the other fighter, they just ran. The fighter chased them to their hiding place but the Karate Kids danced and ignored them. The Karate Kids got all sweaty so they hopped into their orange bath. Read more…

Bunny, by Charlie, Year 1

One day, Bunny was walking to the fire station and asked if he could have a bath. Then the fire fighter put him in the bath, but the water was too hot and his fluffy white fur caught fire. All of the firemen barged in and took him out and he went running outside to the park. He rain danced to get the fire out and the clouds got dark and it started raining. Poor Read more…

Poor Fire Fighter, by Rowan, Year 8

Blam! Hot flames and black smoke were spreading around the burning building. Joe, the fire fighter, clumsily stormed into the broken apartment and tried to save the innocent people inside, but he slipped on a mouldy orange that had fallen on the floor and hit his head. Joe was taken to the hospital because he had really injured himself badly and then he had to take an ice bath to reduce the pain of his Read more…

Bath Time Boogie, by Ella, Year 7

I ran my bath, the hot steam fogging up the mirror. I unwrapped my orange bath bomb, plopped it in and watched it fizz. I turned on the TV and flicked through the channels with my remote. Leaning back, I watched the fighters tackle each other to the ground, then I decided to watch something else. As I flicked, I stumbled across the music channel. My favourite song was on so I stood up and Read more…

Bushie, by Caelie, Year 5

I was walking my dog, Maggie, along our dirt road when I heard a dog barking. I was confused because I didn’t know where it was coming from. All of a sudden, I saw a small, dirty dog tangled up in wire. I could tell that she was a fighter because she wouldn’t move. I was so happy I found her that I danced all the way home with her clumsily walking with me. I Read more…

Escort by Zachary P, Year 8

I wake to the lights flickering and the sound of troops rushing to get their equipment. I jump out of bed and head to my fighter jet, ready to escort the transports carrying troops down to the surface. Hundreds of enemy fighters swarm us in their orange tanks. Only 40% of the transports make it and only because they danced and dodged the bullets. As the bombers clumsily try to retreat, they are shot down, Read more…

Buffy’s Adventures, by Mika, Year 5

Buffy, the fighter dog, was playing tug-of-war with me in the backyard. I was tugging the orange rope with all my might, when suddenly, Buffy jumped up and accidentally landed in the dirty, gooey, leafy swimming pool. She clumsily swam to the edge and pulled herself out. She was covered in green, slimy gunk. When I saw her I ran to Mum and said, “Buffy fell into the pool. How do I wash her?” Mum Read more…

Bath Time, by Joshua, Year 6

I danced my way around the bath as I washed my dogs, Stitch and Poppy. They played with their favourite bath toy, a squeaky orange ball. The dogs started to run and jump around in the bath and got very excited. They suddenly jumped out, clumsily knocking the bath over. It fell on me, pushing me to the ground, as the dogs ran down the hallway to my Mum. She ran in and tried to Read more…

The Big Fight, by Jake, Year 6

In the morning, I went straight to the bathroom to have an orange bath using my orange bath bombs. I sat in it for a bit, then clumsily fell out, landing on my nose. Luckily, I didn’t break it. I went into my room to get dressed and watched my favourite fighter compete against a big guy, Marker Man, on the TV. My fighter is called Waterman and I like him because he always jumps Read more…

Horse Crazy, by Maddy, Year 4

There I was, at school again, in the middle of a boring maths test! The problem was that I didn’t feel in a maths-testy mood, which meant that I was guessing all of the answers. A moment later, a girl in my class stood up and said, ‘Look everybody, look!’, as she was pointing outside, ‘There’s a horse’. Everyone stood up, including me. I was excited because I love horses. Sure enough, when I looked Read more…