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:


Mrs Addleton


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I tried the marmalade but I didn’t like it and I was sick.  I tried marmite and I didn’t like it because it had a disgusting taste.  My brother tried the marmalade and he didn’t like it because it made him sick.  My brother tried the marmite and he didn’t like it.  My brother said ” Dad don’t try the marmite because no one likes it.”  “No” he said, “I like marmite.” and he ate the whole jar!


“No” he said, “I like marmite.

… “No,” he said, “I like marmite.”…

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One day, I asked Mum for toast.  She answered “OK Charlie, what would you like on it?”

I replied, “Please may I have chocolate spread?” 

Mum laughed “OK.”  Mum went into the kitchen but got distracted.  She served up the toast.  Charlie took a bite and spat it out  “Yuck there is marmite on this toast.” 

Charlie sneakily gave the toast to his sister, Olivia.  Olivia took a bite and then gobbled up the rest!  Charlie exclaimed “How can you eat that?  It’s horrid?” 

Olivia replied “no,” she said I like marmite.” 


Week 11 100wc Prompt

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This week I have decided to test where your preferences lie! I’m a definitive ‘Yes’. The prompt is:

… “No,” he said, “I like marmite.”…


Mrs Addleton


Posted by Olivia in 100wc, Learning | Tagged | 3 Comments

I have a red coat it is so fluffy and it is my favourite coat.   I went to the park with my red coat and I live in a red city.  My bedroom has rosey red walls and a  light red ceiling.  The carpet is soft and a bright red colour.



The strange dream

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Once there was a girl who loved red .She had red cloths and red shoes and even a red dog.Iknow it sounds inpossille but it is not her favourite courlour most favourite was scarlet . One day she went to a town it was a a rosey red town. Even the people in the town were red houses were red shops  she went on plane and she saw the part of a city that wasnt red .It was a mystrey  she went home to see her dog and she was sad .She went on the plane and she looked agian and it wasnt red any more and she woke up and it was a dream

Armistice Day (Monday, 11 November Armistice Day 2019 in United Kingdom)

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This is a couple poems:

Half a league, half a league, Half a league onward, All in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. “Forward, the Light Brigade! Charge for the guns!” he said: Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. When can their glory fade? O the wild charge they made! All the world wonder’d. Honour the charge they made! Honour the Light Brigade, Noble six hundred! and another

In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below.   We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,  Loved and were loved, and now we lie,  In Flanders fields.   Take up our quarrel with the foe: To you from failing hands we throw The torch; be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields.





Week 10 100wc

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This is the weekend when all across the world, we remember those people who fought in the many wars since the First World War. On November 11th at 11 0’clock in 1918 the armistice was signed, ending the Great War. Sadly, it was not the war to end all wars as people thought so on Remembrance Day we think about all those who have been caught up in conflict since that first armistice.

To remember this, the prompt this week is


You can interpret it in any way you like. I look forward to your posts.