All about the Bee?

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My mum hates bees because they sting and it really hurts.  My nan loves bees.  She wants a pet bee but she doesn’t want it to sting my sister or my brother.  My uncle hates bees  because when they go on his arm he moves  and then he gets stung saying “ow, ow, ow, ow, ow.”  My mum puts special cream on my uncles arm.  My sister hates bees because she moves all the time so she might get stung.  My mum puts special cream on my sisters arm.  My little sister doesn’t like bees because she is scared of them. 

Week 14 100 word challenge

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Today I’m going to do a factual blog again on how bees save the planet and more . Remember that I’m basically doing 10% of this google is doing 90% of this, so here we go. Scientists have long believed that bees first appeared about 120 million years ago — but previous bee fossil records dated back only about 65 million years. Danforth and Poinar’s fossil provides strong evidence for a more remote ancestry.  Bees do not have ears, however, they are able to pick up sound, so yes, in a sense they can ‘hear‘ but not through the use of ears.One bee has to fly about 90,000 miles – three times around the globe – to make one pound of honey. The average bee will make only 1/12th of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime. A honey bee visits 50 to 100 flowers during a collection trip. A honey bee can fly for up to six miles, and as fast as 15 miles per hour.Why bees are important. Globally there are more honey bees than other types of bee and pollinating insects, so it is the world’s most important pollinator of food crops. It is estimated that one third of the food that we consume each day relies on pollination mainly by bees, but also by other insects, birds and bats.

That’s the blog and remember that google done 90% of this and I only done 10% so this is also a factual blog byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

Week 14 100wc

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This last prompt is a photo of the Eureka Tower in Melbourne. Bees are wonderful creatures & have a reputation for being busy & helping the planet.


Mrs Addleton

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My nan’s dog can fly, I didn’t realise they could fly, and he went to the moon.He saw loads of people on the moon.My mum doesn’t like pets because my sister and my  borther would fight over it and my mum  loves her children.  My nan is better at cooking then my mum and my mum is better at cooking pancakes.  My nan is bertter  at dinner than  mum 

my uncll is the bertter than my  mum

… I didn’t realise they could fly…

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There was one time I thought something couldn’t fly. The animal was a CHICKEN🐔… Surprisingly chickens can fly and I didn’t know until today but here’s a theory I found on google. Here it is Chickens can fly (just not very far). … Depending on the breed, chickens will reach heights of about 10 feet and can span distances of just forty or fifty feet. The longest recorded flight of a modern chicken lasted 13 seconds for a distance of just over three hundred feet. what age can chickens fly? Another thoery from google here it is once again. At this age they’re VERY good at flying and VERY susceptible to predators. Plus, if it’s windy they’ll get cold (and they’ll let you know they’re unhappy with their loud chirping). By 4-5 weeks of age your chickens are ready to move outside full-time. 

 Most of these document things are from google and I only done about 10% of it google done 90% was google so byeeeeeeeeeeee.

VIOLIN ELEPHANT PURPLE HAPPY PAINTED

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I was happy as you and I went to the park and enjoyed ourselves so much. It was as fun as playing with my dolls.Oh and my fourth favourite animal is an elephant but my favourite animal in the world is a panda bear.My second favourite instrument  is a violin. I’ve also painted a panda that I done at home with my brother Charlie. The colour font I’m using is purple .

Week 13 100wc

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This week we are looking at how we can be puzzled. I’m sure you will come up with some fabulous stories! The prompt is:

… I didn’t realise they could fly…

Things to consider:

  • What are ‘they’?
  • Why would they not fly?
  • What difference will it make that they can fly?

VIOLIN ELEPHANT PURPLE HAPPY PAINTED

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There was a little boy named Marcus, he played the violin and his favourite colour is purple. One day he was at school and he painted a masterpiece and his mum and dad were so so proud him. Then the school gave him a £5 voucher to go to waterstones in town so then he can buy some books. For his achievement they went to the zoo, and guess what he saw… An elephant.. Marcus was bundled up in joy he just burst out with laughter and happy. When he got home he was still full of excitement but he was really tired and drowsy then he fell fast asleep…

Amys birthday

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Once upon a time there was a elephant called Amy she was very cute and lovely.She liked purple and she liked violins and was a happy elephant when she grew up she wanted to be an artist who panted all day.One day she said to her mum when is it my birthday her mum said in a couple of weeks .You will be 8 she said I wonder what I will get. It got closer and closer to her birthday and then it was there .She was so  happy she opend her present and her most favourite was her violin it was purple in the end her family all celebrated and lived happily ever after

Week 12 100wc

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We have 5 words for you this week & I have no idea how you will get them all into one piece of writing! Don’t forget – they must all be included but they can be in any order. They are:

VIOLIN   ELEPHANT   PURPLE   HAPPY   PAINTED

Mrs Addleton