A DAY AS RAMBO

on Tuesday I was Rambo for
the day running around in the field jumping off water buts and running over the
car with army face paint on and dressed all in camo hiding in the ditch.

It all started when I found
some green, black and brown face paint that my uncle Tim got me for Christmas
last year so I put it on in stripes then put on my army gear after that I went
outside in the field next to my house near the princesses royal sports arena my
first task was to climber through a tunnel under the hedge that was completed
with ease then to climber onto the water buts then jump off without falling
over or getting a cut that was easy so I completed it, step three climbing
through a ditch full of nettles I completed it without getting stung, then it
was running on the car that was my favourite bit and that was then completed
also.

A Hot Summer’s Day

Mountains in the distance covered with trees, a river with ripples flowing down.

I look deep down into the water; carp, eels, trout and pike swimming around brushing by the yellow and brown reeds.

The trees stand strongly with brightly coloured leaves, the sun as bright as a fire down a chimney crackling away or the spit of a dragon on a hot summers day.

The grass as green as an unripe tomato, growing and growing in the warmth of the green house when the sun’s as hot as can be.

On the ground the flowers swaying to and fro in the wind on a hot summer’s day.

Hot Summers Day

 Mountains in the distance covered with trees, a river with ripples flowing down.

I look deep down into the water; carp, eels, trout and pike swimming around brushing by the yellow and brown reeds.

The trees stand strongly with brightly coloured leaves, the sun as bright as a fire down a chimney crackling away or the spit of a dragon on a hot summers day.

The grass as green as an unripe tomato, growing and growing in the warmth of the green house when the sun’s as hot as can be.

On the ground the flowers swaying to and fro in the wind on a hot summer’s day.

 

 

 

 

 

ribens running around in the air madly.

All About Chocolate

For the last 6 weeks I have been learning about chocolate. We made posters, adverts, chocolate and designed our own chocolate bar   My chocolate bar is called GOAL and the song is:                                                                                                                                                                                                                     score ‘Goal, goal, score a goal! Goal, goal, score a goal! Marvellous middle, crunchy biscuit, marvellous middle, crunchy biscuit. Silky chocolate, sweet to eat, silky chocolate, sweet to eat. Be a star with goal! Be the best and beat the rest!’

JOHN CADBURY

John Cadbury is the owner of the Cadbury’s factory, he was born in 1801. John came from a quaver family which means that you can’t go to university. His fist job was an apprenticeship to a tea dealer when he was only 17. His second job was owning his own caffè in which he sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate. His last job was owning a chocolate factory which is what he is most famous for. John gave all his workers a house and he fed them. He moved his factory in Birmingham to bull street. He died when he was in his 80’s and his two sons took over the company.

THE BEST BITS

We got to taste test some chocolate and I tried dairy free chocolate buttons, an Aero bar and a caramel chocolate bar. We have made a very energetic advert and it wore me out a lot. On the first day of school we learnt about solids liquids and gas. We put a bar of chocolate on the window sill and it melted. When we came back to school in the morning  it was a solid but it had little white bits on it. In maths we created a survey to find out what is the best filling for chocolate. We found the most popular filling was caramel the worst was marzipan.

Chapter One my Bike Ride

Yesterday I went on a bike ride with my mum. It started of as a normal day in the summer but it got weirder and weirder as we went along. First me and mum went to drop Abi of at the cinema so she could watch Rio with her friends then we went get are dinner I had a chicken pasty, a ginger bread man and a coca cola.

We set off on our bikes; the first obstacle was the Evil-Chatter-Upper-Phone-Number- Man. We were sitting on a bench eating our dinner when the Evil-Chatter-Upper-Phone-Number-Man came and sat next to us. He had hands as big as snow ploughs and big fat sausage fingers. He tried to give me a cigarette and then tried to chat up my mum and asked for her phone number. We jumped on our bikes and biked away as fast as we could. The Evil-Chatter-Upper-Phone-Number-Man ran along the side of our bikes and we knew that we had to get away fast. We transformed our bikes into motorbikes that went faster than the speed of light all you could see was a laser beam. So we finally got away from him ( Evil-Chatter-Upper-Phone-Number-Man).

We went to the Marina to carry on our bike ride. The second obstacle was the Dreaded-Snake-Pit-of-Doom-From-Hell that we had to jump over on our bikes. Will we make it? Nobody knows. Will we die? Nobody knows. I was first to the jump and I saw bones at the bottom of the pit. I got on my bike nervously and started to pedal as fast as I could. I wanted to prove that one day someone would make it over the Dreaded-Snake-Pit-of-Doom-From-Hell. I lifted up the front of my bike ready to make the jump, I was sawing though the air like I was gliding. My front wheel hit the floor and I made it but my bike was going too fast and I hit a tree. The tree fell right over the pit making a bridge to make it easier for mum to get over the Dreaded-Snake-Pit-of-Doom-From-Hell.

We carried on with our bike ride. We wanted a drink from the pub but when we got to the pub we found out it wasn’t open until 3 o’clock so we had to set of home thirsty and wanting a drink. The road was really busy and full of trucks that were transporting more trucks which were carrying more trucks! Honk, honk, honk,honk, no before you ask, a goose hasn’t attacked me! That was a car honking his horn at us to tell us to get off the road. The angry driver nearly ran us over; his car was red with black stripes on the bonnet… to be continued

Ubba the Viking!

(Born 896 AD)

Ubba was a Viking Norse leader. He was even said to have Killed his own farther (Ragnar Lodbrok) by giving him the Blood-Eagle torture; this is when someone rips another person’s lungs out. Ubba killed King Edmund giving him the same treatment as his dad. Ubba’s last name was Ragnarsson.

 In 878, a party of Vikings landed on the English coast at Combwich. Ubba was killed by the Saxons under the leadership of Odda of Devon at the Battle of Cynuit in Somerset. The town of Hubberston was named after Ubba. This place is in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. Nobody knows what his age at death was although people do know when he was born, this was 869 AD. He was the nastiest Viking ever.

 Vikings made soap out of conkers by crushing them up and putting them all together in a ball. The Vikings ate a lot of fish, meat, fruit and bread.  They ate meat and fruit because they farmed the crops and bred the animals. They had to make their own bread because there was no such thing as windmills, flour or bakers.

Some Vikings only came to farm their crops because there was a short supply of farmland where they came from. Others just to plunder monks as they where the easiest to kill, but as they came they found themselves fighting against the Anglo-Saxons. The Vikings also made their long ships look like dragons to scare off the people that where fighting them. Historians have found this out by the remains of ships that have been found. These ships had red and white stripes on their sails and they were made of cotton.

 Ubba was the most blood thirsty Viking of them all and the Vikings where a very blood thirsty lot. Would you be able to sleep with Ubba around?

Desperate Dan

Today I dressed up in my world book week costume. On Friday we are going to school as book characters I’m going to be Desperate Dan out the DANDY my favourite comic in the world!!!!!! I shoved a teddy up my top. Wore a blue neckerchief a red school jumper and a waistcoat not forgetting the cowboy hat. Me and mum made a jam pie with horns like a cow pie and wrote JAM on it with pastry. After that I got some tracing paper and traced a picture of Desperate Dan into my book.

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Where have all the fish gone?

On Sunday we went to Baytree to buy some pond fish but to our surprise all the fish were gone! We saw some peacocks, mice, aquatic fish, rats and birds. We had a snack, I had a sausage roll and to drink I had Powerade. Abi had a cornish pastie and Powerade. Daddy had a cornish pastie and a tea and Grandma had a cake and a coffee. My favourite animals were the lizards. There were also tererpins like Dad had when he was little. Grandad had been playing bowls all day in a tournament, I hope he got first place!!!!!!!!!! When we got home we had a Wii Mario Carts tournament, and I got first place!!!! We had a Macdonalds; I had a Cheese Burger, Abi had Chicken Nugets, Daddy had a burger and Grandmar had a Big mac. I love my Dad, My sister,  my Grandma and my Grandad.

With My Daddy

Today we went into town with our brilliant Daddy. We went into WHSmiths and I got a Dandy, then we went to look for some new trainers for Dad after that we went home and I showed Dad how to set up his own wordpress blog  it was hailing  and we all got wet.