The Coloured Gorillas, by Seth, Year 6

Words to be used in this writing: pretty, gorilla, yellow, running, bricks In 1994, the world’s biggest yellow gorilla broke out of the London Zoo to find his younger brother, the pink gorilla. He ran straight through 400 bricks of his enclosure, to run and swim all the way to Beijing. He was running when he saw a pretty blue gorilla on a leash, getting walked by her owner. He ran over and said, “Hi, Read more…

Top Secret, By Quinn, Year 6

Words to be used in writing – pretty, gorilla, running, bricks, yellow 12/5/2001 Tuesday Oh my gosh, today I have finally found a gorilla, but not any gorilla, a rare gorila with an amazing yellow shade. It is so strong that it can probably run through bricks. 13/5/2001 Wednesday Today I’ve seen the wierdest thing happen. The same gorilla was running away from big crowds of hunters with the latest guns. Luckily, I didn’t have Read more…

The Yellow Gorilla, by Jamison, Year 6

Words to be used in this writing – gorilla, pretty, bricks, yellow, running “Come quickly,“shouted the zoo spokesperson, “The first ever yellow gorilla has escaped from our zoo and is now running away. A $50,000 reward awaits anyone that can find and return this pretty beast.” This was all happening while Michelle was driving home to her giant 24 karat gold mansion in the country and when she got to her house the giant yellow Read more…

The Great Escape, by Maddy, Year 4

Words to be used in writing – gorilla, yellow, running, bricks, pretty On the 18th October, I saw a black gorilla running as fast as lightning towards a wall of pretty yellow bricks. Whilst the gorilla was running, I stepped backwards onto a twig. It was a very easy mistake to make in the dark woods. The gorilla stopped and turned his head towards me. All of a sudden, he was running again, but this Read more…

Yellow Monkeys Run Away, by Brookes, Year 5

Words to be used in writing – gorilla, yellow, running, bricks, pretty Yesterday, I went on a school trip to the zoo. They had the famous and rare yellow gorilla there, which was cool. Apparently, this morning it has escaped and I heard that it is still on the run. It escaped by running at full speed into the zoo wall, which is made of bricks. On the way, it smashed everything, even the pretty Read more…

Fun At The Zoo, by Jasmine, Year 6

Words to be used in writing: gorilla, yellow, running, bricks, pretty One sunny day in Melbourne, a mum wanted to give her daughter, Kathy, a special treat so she decided to take her to the zoo. Kathy loved the zoo. Her favourite animal was a baboon, so as soon as they got there she started running to the monkeys where the baboons were. Then Kathy got bored, so she turned around and noticed that the Read more…

Rampage, Season One, by Caleb, Year 2

Words to be used this week – bricks, gorilla, yellow, running, pretty. In the violent city people were screaming but the pretty gorilla was wrecking the building and bricks were falling down on people. The girl was at the hairdressers dying her hair yellow when the rampage was happening. She heard a big thump and she started running to her house. The gorilla saw her as she got to her house. He followed her and Read more…

Tim’s Lego, by Mitchell, Year 3

I was playing outside with my little brother, Tim, when he realised that he must have dropped his Lego figure and he started crying. We looked for it on the ground, in the trees, in the shed and even in the swimming pool, but we couldn’t find it anywhere. Not long after, our dog came running over and was acting crazily because he’d just had a walk with Dad. He was so happy to see Read more…

Invasion, by Tyson, Year 7

My brother, Ethan, was playing Lego outside, but I wanted to play footy. I kicked the ball and it landed straight on top of the Lego house he’d built. Ethan screamed at me and made me build it again near the pine tree. I stepped on something and thousands of red and black ladybugs came up from the ground and invaded the Lego building. I coughed, choked and struggled to breathe because of the toxic Read more…

Lego Man, by Joshua, Year 6

The Lego man jumps out of the portal and runs into the woods. I follow him. He stops and pulls out a little camera and starts taking photos of a large pile of something red on a rock, but I am too far away to see what it is. As I get closer, I see that they are heaps of beautiful ladybugs. He turns around and looks at me and starts to run away. I Read more…

Hide and Seek, by Zachary M, Year 7

“Ahh, ha ha. Stop spraying me!” shouted Ollie. “Make me”, laughed Sam, spraying Ollie even more. Both boys were having fun grabbing the hose off one another, and didn’t notice Ollie’s favourite Lego character falling out of his pocket. “Lunch time, boys”, yelled their mum. “Race you”, said Sam, who had already started sprinting to the door. “Wait up”, shouted Ollie. After lunch, Ollie was distressed to discover that his Lego was missing. “Let’s go Read more…

Emmet and Wyldstyle, by Isla, Year 4

“Yay, my cousins are coming”, I thought to myself. A few hours later, they arrived. “Hi girls! Let’s play with my Lego. I just got it out”, I said. I asked my cousins who they wanted to play with. Alex chose Olivia and Georgia selected Emmet. I picked Wyldstyle because she is cool and creative. We put our plastic figures on top of the Lego buildings and had a snack. When we came back, we Read more…

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…