I hid the chocolate under my bed. I just know it! But it’s been stolen. But where did I hide it all? The answer is I don’t know. I am so angry. I storm into my brother’s room. He’s got it. I go into his room. He quickly looks away from the doorway where I was standing. I come up to him and grab his shoulders. He has chocolate smeared on his face and T-shirt. I grab him and wrestle him to the ground. I knew he had eaten it. ALL of it. I tackled him to the ground. HATRED!
The flame crackled as we were swimming.We celebrated my birthday, then went swimming. We eat my big white birthday cake. It was vanilla. We partied almost all night, but also fit some time in for swimming. We had a bomb competition, to see who could make the biggest splash. My brother and I had very big splashes, but mine was bigger, so I won some lollies. We had a huge day, but had a huge amount of fun. After, at 11:00, we went to sleep. We had an awesome day!
I want to try and add figurative language in my 100 wcs’.
Bang! As the door slammed I knew I was in trouble. My mum stomped into my room.
“I just got a call from your teacher that you graffitied on the principle’s walls!” Yelled my mum.
“Yeah, the whole class did she taught us how to swear. Fu-,” I started.
“No! Don’t tell me,” muttered mum.
“She said they were the ‘ten commandments’ and we had to follow them. We slept instead of doing maths, and we and pizza! The teacher payed!” I said.
“Excuse me. I’m enrolling Zedekai into your school,” said mum into the phone.
I chucked this guy in the river. So this is how it started. My mum and I were walking in the park. He was coming way too close for my liking. He seemed really specky and shifty. I was really suspicious of him. He was holding his hands behind his back. I looked behind me, and he quickly looked of into the distance and whistled. We could hear his footsteps crunching on the gravel behind us. He came really close and held some silver blade in his hand. I blocked him from my mum and threw him in the river.
The beautiful shine is so bright. The gold silver and bronze so precious. With achievements written all over them. The green, red and blue colored ribbons on your neck. With help from your skill, your wit and sometimes your teammates, you get these things for winning something, or for being best of the best. Some people in life feel they should deserve these things for the things they do or are good at. But you don’t need one of these to be an awesome person, or a winner.
(Reveal of item in next post😝)
Have fun working it out, and good luck!
“Why did you smash that lightbulb???” Asked my mum angrily.
“I didn’t,” I said innocently.
“Go to your room! You are grounded!” my mum yelled.
I walked slowly to my room, hanging my head.
I slowly closed the door behind me. The lightbulb was in the hall way. I kept looking, and then, I saw little men fixing the lightbulb. I couldn’t believe my eyes. I was shocked. I rubbed my eyes, but no, I wasn’t imagining it. I walked out of my room slowly, not scaring the men away. I think one heard me, because it turned and waved.
Stephen Gray invented a machine. A wooden frame that suspended two silk-rope swings. He also had a device, a ‘hauksbee machine’ to generate energy, which looks a little like this:
So there, at the Charterhouse, in front of a large audience of people, he got one of the orphan boys to lie across the two swings hanging from the wooden frame. He would place gold leaf in front of him. He was now able to generate energy and charged the boy through a connecting rod. Because of the generated power, gold leaf, even feathers lifted up to the boys fingers. Remember the audience? Well some of the audience members even claimed that they saw sparks while this was happening. But, Stephen Gray thought something else as well. Electricity could move. It came out of the machine, through the boys body and into his hands, which were making the gold leaves and feathers lift to his hands. But the silk rope stopped it. That meant the mysterious electrical fluid could flow through some things, but not through the hanging silk ropes. So this led Gray to divide our world into different types of substances, insulators and conductors. Insulators held electric charge inside them, and wouldn’t let it move. For example: Silk or hair. But electricity could flow through conductors, for example the boy or metals.
Fact 1: Energy was invented nearly 300 years ago.
Fact 2: Gold leaves can still be found in stores today.
Fact 3: Electricity can not travel through glass.
Question 1: Why would Stephen Gray get an audience to watch him create electricity?
Question 2: Was this like entertainment for them?
Wondering: I wonder what the bot felt after being used to make electricity.
I was literally walking at 3:23 in the day, then suddenly it went dark… and all I could see was this monster, slowly, slowly walking towards me. Probably trying to kill me. I was scared. Really, really scared. This place is creepy. I can’t find the way out.
“Help! Help!” I scream.
“Where am I?!” I yell. “Help,” I was really panicking now. The monster was right behind me. I could feel it’s cold breath on the back of my neck.
I was huffing and puffing. My breath was getting scarce. I was really tired. The monster it’s-
All a dream.
“The Sibartinan Sasquatch is the biggest living myth alive,” said Ms. Green.
“Wow. Those footprints are huge!” I said.
“The biggest in the world,” Ms. Green said.
“Wow. I’d like to meet big foot one day,” I said.
“He is quite dangerous,” said Ms. Green. “No one hunts them because they are scared. They eat humans alive,”
We get on the bus and go home from the excursion. I was really excited to tell my parents all that I know.
While we were driving there, we saw more footprints. And alot of fur and a-
“Sasquatch!!!” Everyone screamed.