Friday, 23 May 2014

Owls' class laugh out loud idioms

In literacy we have learning about idioms. Idioms are sayings that are not meant to be taken literally. We had some fun by taking them literally in our writing.




I came back from buying a cat
I Let the cat out the bag
(Where did it go?)

By BW Yr5


I went outside
It was raining cats and dogs
(I nearly stepped on a poodle!)

By SG YR5




Owls Class laugh out loud idioms

Idioms are sayings which are not meant to be taken literally but we've had some fun by taking them literally in our writing.

Why did this have to happen
The teacher jumped down my throat
( Now she's gonna have a blood bath )

DH Y5

I should really wear shoes
As I've got cold feet
( But I can't afford any)

MH Y5

Owls' Class funny idioms

In literacy we have been learning about idioms.Idioms are sayings that aren't meant to be taken literally. We had some fun by taking them literally in our writing.


My bedroom is so small
There's not enough room to swing a cat
(Sorry Fluffy)
By ML Y5



My child is running around the living room
He's like a bull in a china shop
(Oh no, he went for the red vase!)
By LG Y5


Owls' Class Amusing Idioms

In literacy we have been learning about Idioms. Idioms are sayings that are not supposed to be taken literally. Here is  an example:


It's raining cats and dogs

We had some fun by taking them literally in our writing.

I went outside for a spot of gardening
But killed two birds with one stone instead
( Unfortunately a Bobby/policeman was near by nena nena)

By SF. Year 4


I went to buy a jumpsuit
It cost me an arm and a leg
(Now I can't even wear it)

By GP. Year.4


Thank you for reading our Idioms make us laugh and write some of your own in the comments below.
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Owls' Class idioms

In literacy we have been learning about Idioms. Idioms are sayings that are not taken literally but we have been having fun with them by taking them literally. Here are some.

My teacher came up to me and said
Use your loaf
(She was confused when I asked for jam)


At work my boss
Was driving me up the wall
(But unfortunately he didn't have a licence)

By JS and RU


Owls' Class Amusing Idioms

In the Owls' Class we have independently been learning about idioms. They are not meant to be taken literally but we did take them literally in our writing.


Here are some funny ones that we made up.

I've wrapped up warm but
I've got cold feet
(I should really start wearing shoes.)

By L.H. Y.5



While I was in class my teacher said
"Use your loaf!"
(She sent me out when I asked for butter)

By D.G. Y.6


Tell us what you think about these.

Why not make up some of your own in the comments below?

Owl's Class Hilarious Idioms

In literacy we have been learning about idioms
Idioms are phrases not meant to be taken literally
for example:

I will box your ears

We had fun taking them literally in our writing. Hope you enjoy.


My teacher told me
to use my loaf
(I asked for some jam)

In class Bob had his
heart in his mouth
(it tasted 'orrible)

By CM Y6

Can you make some funny ones up of your own for me to read?

Thursday, 22 May 2014

Creative Clay Tiles



Owls' Class have created clay tiles on the theme of Animals by DG in Y6 and ML in Y5.

Creative Clay Tiles


 Owls' Class have created tiles on the theme of Animals. By BW in Y5 and JS in Y5.

Creative Clay Tiles



Owls'  Class creative clay animal tiles. By DP in Y6 and DS in Y6.


Creative Clay Tiles by Owls' Class



Clay animal tiles by CM Y6 and SG Y5.

Creative Clay Tiles




What a fantastic snow wolf created by RU in Y5.

Creative Clay Tiles




Owls' Class creative animal tiles. A bat by MH in Y5 and a hammer head shark by LH in Y5.

Creative Clay Tiles




A super scorpion by JC in Y6.

Creative Clay Tiles




Animal clay tiles by LG in Y5 and DH in Y5.

Creative Clay Tiles



In Owls' Class we have been using our clay modelling skills to make clay tiles on the theme of animals. By SF Y4 and GP Y4.

Owls' Class Fantastic Adventure Stories

Owls' Class have been independently writing their own imaginative stories. We will publish one part each week. Hope you enjoy them!

Prison in Paradise by DG Y6

"Is anyone there!?" shouted Palk as the waves crashed rapidly against the boat and water sprayed through the SSBadger. The navy blue waves span round the boat like a tornado. The boat was being devoured by the hungry sea. The boat tipped on its side. He speedily grabbed onto the corroded metal bar above him. Then the trophy cabinet smashed, the translucent glass, as sharp as needle points, shattered all down his milky white arm, soon transforming his white arm into a deep scarlet red. "Oww!" his hand opened, causing him to let go of the bar and fall into the aqua waters below. He couldn't tread water because his legs were too cold. Just as he thought that anything couldn't get any worse, the SSBadger was lurched on its side. It was about to fall over on him! There was no time to swim away. The hard steal collided on his head knocking him unconscious...

Let the author of this story know what you think of this super story.

Visit us again after the half term holiday for the next part of this thrilling adventure!

Owls' Class Fantastic Adventure Stories

Owls' class have been independently writing their own imaginative stories. We will publish one part each week. Hope you enjoy them!

Tropical Terror by ML Y5

"Mind out falling wood!" shouted Uncle Bill, as the old small boat smashed against the rocks.The side of the ship was torn away from the main part of the boat.As the ship tipped sideways,it started to sink for a giant navy blue wave engulfed the small wooden whale like Poseidon's wet long arms."Uncle,uncle!" Peter exclaimed. "We're sinking rapidly.There's some rocks, we can stay there until tomorrow morning".
Then with a sudden flash of brightness lightning flashed from the sky and in the clouds thunder sounded like hundreds of stampeding elephants running around.The lighting made a huge hole in the in the middle of the ship.Lisa and Peter jumped hurriedly onto the rocks but Uncle Bill was stuck.His leg was trapped in a hole.Seconds later,  the boat was gone and so was Uncle Bill.
"Oh no" said Lisa in a whimpering voice.
Her brother comforted her."I'm so scared," moaned Lisa.
Later that evening , Lisa and Peter were laid on the wet cold beach with the waves washing up against the shore splashing against their feet.


Please let the author of this story know how much you enjoyed their super story.
Visit us again after the half them holiday for the next exciting instalment!


Owls' Class Fantastic Adventure Stories

Owls' class have been independently writing their own imaginative stories. We will publish one part each week. Hope you enjoy them!


Travel in time by SF Y4


"Help!" screamed Daffy as the ship lurched violently from side to side.
"There's no use shouting Daffy,we are the only ones left on this ship and there aren't any other ships around in this monster of a storm!" yelled Charlie as he slid to the other side of the room.
They both ran to the back of the ship and found a trap door. Charlie lifted up the door and he and Daffy slipped inside. All of a sudden there was a loud Crash! Charlie and Daffy sprinted to the front of the ship. "Oh no!" cried Daffy.
" We have crashed into some rocks," explained Charlie. Just then the ship tilted forwards and Charlie and Daffy fell and hit their heads on the side of the ship and blacked out...

Please let the author of this story know how much you enjoyed reading this.
Visit us again after the half term holiday for the next exciting instalment!

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Gibraltar Point!

Herons had lots of fun at Gibraltar Point yesterday. We went pond dipping, used sweep nets and beaters to look at different animals in their habitats. We also looked at food chains that included animals from the ponds. 











Sunday, 18 May 2014

It's a boy!

We would like to share the good news.
 
Miss Howkins has a beautiful baby son Noah.
 



 


 
Congratulations