Write a description on the planet of Pandora……don’t forget your super sentences we have looked at so far this half term.
I have attached a tag cloud of my words from Pandora, I don’t know if it will work.File Uploaded
That’s fab Jack! You’ll have show everyone how to do it on Monday.
Shooting stars danced across the dark skies of the beautiful moon Pandora. Great Leonopteryx young huddled close to their mothers in treetop nests, and the Na’avi slept silently in the Hometree. Somehow, the Hallelujah Mountains looked even more stunning at night, hanging in the air like ghosts of the night. But then- BOOM! A huge monster came crashing through the undergrowth, its headlights blinding and wheels turning. Mountain Banshees peeked from atop their rocks to see this strange animal and the ant-like men scurrying around it. The Na’avi were instantly alert. They bounded towards it, preparing to defend their home…
Fantastic description Molly!
It was mid-afternoon when I first stepped foot on pandora. Some flowers were green; others were multi-coloured. Shocked, startled, amazed I looked around. Suddenly, a Thanator ran past me, it was hunting its prey. I ran swiftly back to my rocket I caught a quick glance of the Hallelujah Mountains (mountains that float) they can only float because of the rare metal (unobtainium). Everyone comes here to try and find and take back the unobtainium. Even though I haven’t got any unobtainium, I have still had a great experience. It was time for me to go I would miss Pandora, it was way better than Earth.
Well done Jack – you have worked hard to include the sentence structures we have looked at in class. Keep it up!!!
Thank you Mrs Kelly and Mrs T!
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It was early in the morning when the mysterious land of Pandora awoke. The birds sang their songs, and the unique creatures flew their traditional flight, stretching their wings. Surprised, shocked, curious, several creatures awoke to find that their home was being investigated by humans. These humans took notes as they spotted the Hallelujah Mountains which seemed to be hovering with help from the force of unobtainium (the very rare metal). The flowers bloomed along the lime green grass to provide firework bursts of colour. Luminous plants glowed as if glowing was a new thing. What a world it is!
What fabulous writing, Emily! I really like the way you have included ideas from what we were doing in class today 🙂
Lovely Emily – I like your descriptive language. I’m looking forward to reading your classwork about Pandora.
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