|Connor, with the Competition Prize!|
In the last week of term one, we had an Easter Egg Competition. Here are the details:
Easter Egg Competition - 100% independent
Write a description of your perfect Easter Egg, think carefully about the words you choose to describe it, don't forget to punctuate your sentences.
Draw a picture- either digitally or non-digitally.
There were many examples of rich descriptive writing from our students. In a tough competition, Connor came out the winner! His super yummy creative writing is below, as well as his digitally created illustration. Enjoy!
I pick up the dazzling Easter egg and gaze at the awesome blue and orange tinfoil cover with an excited expression on my face . The blue and orange tin foil peels off so easily it is hard to believe it was made by a human. This is the moment, I thought to myself. Time to eat it. Chomp! The brittle chocolate shell surrenders to my destructive teeth. As I look inside the egg my eyes widen. Caramel, marshmallow, and “wait whats this” I say, as I stare straight at some thick, oozy stuff sorta the same texture as caramel. But the colour! It isn't a colour known to the human race at all. It’s sorta green in a way, but so different from green at the same time! This is a weird but delicious Easter egg. I take another little nibble and what I see is nearly making my eyeballs explode into tiny different fragments and go flying across the universe . There is fizzy. In the egg. Fizzy in an Easter egg. Can you hear me, FIZZY. It’s the same greenish colour as the other stuff. “Well here goes” I say drinking the fizzy and using the chocolate as a cup and guess what? It is the best thing I have tasted in my whole life. This egg was not created on planet earth. Could be Jupiter? Maybe Mars? Nah, it’s from a different galaxy, I assure myself.
I am right. Twenty five years later scientists discover another galaxy with weird eggs floating around as they please. But they also find out that they were live creatures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Connor Derham