Homework

Homework Summer 1. 2012-2013 –

For your homework this half term we are giving you a choice of activities to do over the next 6 weeks.
Each week you will choose one activity and bring it in every Tuesday.
Some of the activities will come with a sheet, but some you can decide how you wish to present it. This could be written, drawn, made, or even on the computer which can be emailed to your class teacher. You will find the email address on the learning logs each week.
Your activity choices:

1. Design a poster to persuade people to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – ask you teacher for some A4 paper if you need to!

2. Complete the Recycling Questionnaire with you family at home – see pack

3. Recycle something from your home and create something useful! – see pack for some ideas.

4. Complete a water diary of your own to see when and how much you use water. See Janice’s water diary as an example.

5. Create a word search with all of the topics key vocabulary in – see pack for sheet.

6. Create an Eco-Super hero – see pack

7. Write a story all about the adventures of your super hero.
Your story should have a beginning, middle and end and you should concentrate on making sure that you achieve your writing target in this piece of writing!

8. Create an acrostic poem all about the environment. You could turn this into a poster to teach people all about what you have been learning. Here is one we had a go at!

G o green to make our World a better place
R educe, reuse, Recycle
E ducate people about how to be green
E nvironments are fragile – look after them!
N ever waste water or electricity!

9. Design a comic strip all about being green! – See pack for template

10. Write your own Maths word problems all about the environment – don’t forget to solve them with a Maths story! Please complete these in your homework book or on the sheet provided. Here is an example:

Miss Brunton rides her bicycle for 10 miles. Miss O’Neil rides her bicycle for 15 miles. How much farther does Miss O’Neil ride?

15 – 10 = 5 miles

Homework Autumn 2.  2012-13

We will have a Maths focus this half term.  Differentiated packs will be sent out in week 1.

Homework is sent home on a Friday and due back in the following Tuesday.  If you have any questions or would like some support with this please do not hesitate to ask!

How can I help?

  • Listen to you child read at home.
  • Talk to your child about what they’re reading.
  • Remind your child to practice their Spellings and Times Tables for weekly tests on FRIDAYS.
  • Encourage your child to visit www.mathletics.co.uk
  • Ask you child about what they have been learning in school – the Learning Logs can help scaffold this conversation.

 

Homework Summer 1

This half term’s homework is going to be Maths based, where you will have a different Maths topic to look at each week.

You do all of the homework on the sheets provided in this pack and hand the pack in every Tuesday. Any working out can be do on the back of the maths sheet.

Week Due in on….. Topic Handed in
1 Tues 24th April Hidden Numbers
2 Tues 1st May Time
3 Tues 8th May Multiplication tables
4 Tues 15th May Time
5 Tues 22nd May Mental maths questions
6 Tues 5th June Hidden Numbers

ICT – Start collecting your family and friend’s email addresses so that you can add them to your contacts in ICT time!

Homework Spring 2

Creating a Roman Board Game

Your homework for this half term is to make your very own board game! However your board game has to have a Roman theme to it based on all of our work on the big question for the spring term which is what have the Romans done for us?

We want your board game to have roman characters, be set in a Roman place or Villa (let your imaginations run wild!) but most of all it should be fun!

Week one (due in Tuesday 22nd February 2012, over the half term break!)
In your homework books
Investiagte. We would like you to investigate board games. Think about their history… what was the first board game ever invented, what did the Romans do for entertainment and how have they changed over the years. (We are hoping that this will help you with ideas about your own game!)

Week 2 (due in Tuesday 28th March 2012)
In your homework books
Play a board game with your friend or family and tell us all about it! Why was it fun? What did you have to do? Did you follow the rules? Would you recommend it to a friend? Did it give you any ideas about your own game? You can take photos or just explain what you did! Enjoy!

Week 3 (due in Tuesday 6th March 2012)
Sheet stuck in your homework books
Planning your own game.
We would like you to plan a Roman themed board game, from your research and experience playing a board game. Consider how many people can play it? What the aim of the game is? Characters and setting of the game? Let your imaginations run wild with Roman gods and legionaries taking over Britain!

Week 4 (due in Tuesday 13th March 2012)
Making own game board and pieces. Time to get creative, you can present or make your game using any materials you have at home, they can be 2d or 3d it’s up to you but try and stick to your plan! Bring your game into school with all the parts and we will have time to play them!

Week 5 (due in Tuesday 20th March 2012)
On a sheet of card or on a blank piece of paper.
Writing a rule sheet/ intructions. Based on your experience playing games and your knowledge of your own game can you write what equipment/ pieces are included the overall aim of the game and a step by step guide to playing the game.

Week 6 (due in Tuesday 27th March 2012)
Sheet in your homework books

Evaluate your game, think about how successful it was what your friend thought about it how could it be improved? Did you family play it and can you get quotes from them to support your game. You could even create and advert to sell your game saying how fantastic and amazing it is!!

Have fun with this homework but remember to bring it in on Tuesdays so we can see your progress with it!

Spring 1 Magazine Homework:

Your homework this half term is to create your very own magazine! Your magazine can be about anything that you are really interested in for example, Horses, Football, Dancing, Art etc.
You will be given a blank magazine and each week you will complete one page of your magazine so at the end of this half term you will have completed your own fabulous magazine.

Week 1: Due in on Tuesday 10th January
Your task: Magazine Planning sheet. To make sure you know exactly what your magazine is going to be about you need to fill in the ‘Magazine Planning Sheet’. If you can have a look at a couple of magazines to get a few ideas then great!
What you need to hand in: The completed ‘Magazine Planning Sheet’

Week 2: Due in on Tuesday 17th January
Your task: Fact page. This week you are going to fill in the Fact Page Sheet of your magazine. There are 6 empty boxes. For each box write down, in your neatest, joined up handwriting, a fact about the topic of your magazine. Do not write down the page number yet at the bottom – you will do this on the last week of the homework.
What you need to hand in: The completed Fact Page with 6 interesting facts about your topic. You can also add pictures around the around the outside and any other information you might want to add.

Week 3: Due in on Tuesday 24th January
Your task: A story. All magazines have stories which are something to do with what the magazine is about. For example, a Football magazine might have a match report, a Horse magazine might have something about a girl who always wanted to learn to ride and she eventually did or a Toy magazine might have a story of how you play with it or why you like it. Your story doesn’t have to be real, you can use your imagination and make it up if you want to.
What you need to hand in: A piece of writing which has a beginning, middle and end. You also need to use your neatest, joined up handwriting. Don’t forget to use punctuation, connectives and describing words: show off what you can do! There is space at the bottom of the page so you can add some pictures if you want to. If you need extra lines to write then just use the back of the paper. Do not write down the page number yet at the bottom – you will do this on the last week of the homework.

Week 4: Due in on Tuesday 31st January
Your task: Puzzle Page. All magazines have a Puzzle page and so will yours so you will create your own puzzles..
What you need to hand in: A Puzzle page which has:
– a word search in with words relating to your topic.
– a spot the difference. Draw a picture in the 1st box, then in the second box draw the same picture but make 4 changes to the picture in the first box.
– for the space underneath the spot the different you can create your own puzzle if you can think of one.
Do not write down the page number yet at the bottom – you will do this on the last week of the homework.

Week 5: Due in on Tuesday 7th February
Your task: Front cover and Contents Page. Now
What you need to hand in:
– Front cover: A colourful front cover which tells the reader what exciting things are in your magazine. The large box at the top is for the name of your magazine, the other smaller boxes/ shapes are for you to tell your reader what else is in your magazine. Remember to add colours and pictures to your front colour and give your magazine a price.
– Contents page: You need to order your pages that you have completed over the half term (not including the planning page) and write the page number in the box in the bottom corner. Then in your contents page, next to each page number, write the title of that page. If you have added any extra pages then don’t forget to add them to your contents page.

If you want to add any more pages to your magazine then please feel free to do so using the additional blank pages provided.

Remember if you have any questions about your homework then don’t hesitate to ask your teacher or email them:
rhumphreys@chorltonpark.manchester.sch.uk
hchell@chorltonpark.manchester.sch.uk
loneill@chorltonpark.manchester.sch.uk
cpattersonl@chorltonpark.manchester.sch.uk

Week 3 of new pack:

Planets:
visited
cooked
tapped
sorted
jumped
died
chased
dyed
showed
listened

Stars:
knock
know
wriggle
wrap
writer
knee
knitting
wrong
kneel
knife

Galaxies:
desk
brick
stamp
pond
club
Drip
slug
duck
Flag
Pram

Week 2 of new pack:
PLanets:
travelled
baked
opened
smiled
sobbed
walked
treated
filled
talked
poured

Stars:
fence
race
case
mess
hiss
purse
prince
chess
nurse
centimetre

Galaxies:
clock
milk
plug
belt
swing
gift
brush
stem
clap
tent

Week 1 of new pack
Planets:
waved
slowed
needed
danced
phoned
played
whispered
saved
married
washed

Stars
pain
sale
rain
sail
pane
male
tail
mail
tale
whale

Galaxies
from
drop
clap
frog
swim
spot
slip
sniff
trap
skip

Week 7

Planets:
puddle
stable
tickle
knuckle
ripple
bubble
cable
table
crinkle
chuckle

Stars:
plain
plane
explain
pay
pray
name
complain
play
rain
shame

Galaxies:
till
trill
dill
drill
fill
frill
gill
grill
sell
smell

Week 6

Planets:
cattle
giggle
apple
kettle
middle
saddle
little
puddle
ripple
bubble

Stars:
gold
most
show
grow
boat
soap
smoke
joke
own
slow

Galaxies:
help
jump
just
must
went
next
pink
hand
sent
went

Your homework this half term will be all about Superheroes.

Week 1: Design your super hero – to be handed in on Tuesday 8th November

Task: Think about the Superheroes you already know (Superman, Spiderman, The PowerPuff girls etc) What special powers do they have? How did they get their powers? You are going to create your very own Superhero and give them super powers. You can use super powers that you already know like flying and visibility and you can also invent your own super powers.

What I want to see for your homework (outcome): (this is to be done in your homework book or any other creative way). A detailed drawing/picture of your Superhero labelled with descriptions (adjectives) and their name. Also a list of the super powers that your hero has and what they are used for.

Week 2: Calligrams – to be handed in on Tuesday 15th November

Task: (This is to be done on the provided sheet inside the homework pack) Can you remember what a calligram is? (a word/ poem that looks like the word itself) Using the calligram sheet provided create your own calligrams for the given words. There is even a space for you to choose your own word and then create a calligram of that word.

What I want to see for your homework (outcome): The calligram sheet completed and coloured. After you have completed the 6 small boxes – choose your favourite calligram and reproduce a larger version.

Week 3: Comic Strip – to be handed in on Tuesday 22nd November

Task: (This is to be done on the provided sheet inside the homework pack) A comic strip is just another way of telling a story but through pictures (have a look at the example of a spiderman comic strip in your homework pack). You are going to create your own comic strip – in your comic strip you are going to make up a story about your superhero stopping a villain (evil person). Your Superhero could save the World, stop the villain from littering…..it’s your choice.

What I want to see for your homework (outcome): Your comic strip completed with pictures and speech bubbles in the large boxes and in the small boxes underneath write a sentence to say what is happening in that picture.

Week 4: Story Writing – to be handed in on Tuesday 29th November

Task: (This is to be done in your homework book or any other creative way). Now you have completed your comic strip – you can write the story of what is happening in the pictures. Can you use speech in your story?

What I want to see for your homework (outcome): A story which has a beginning, middle and end and is written used joined up writing. Your story should also have time connectives and adjectives.

Week 5: Puzzled – to be handed in on Tuesday 6th December

Task: (This is to be done on the provided sheet inside the homework pack) Your Superhero has been has trapped in a room and to escape he/she must work out the codes. You’re going to help by working out some Maths questions which are in the homework pack so you can give him the codes he/she needs to escape.

What I want to see for your homework (outcome): Make sure you line the numbers up in the right columns and use a ruler to draw the maths table. Remember how to tackle tricky columns for additions and subtractions.

Week 6: Acrostic Poem – to be handed in on Tuesday 13th December

Task: (This is to be done in your homework book or any other creative way). An acrostic poem is where you use the first letter of a word and write a sentence which starts with that letter. For example, an acrostic poem for tree:

Tall green leaves blow in the wind.
Ripe apples can grow.
Evergreen trees standing strong.
Everyone needs trees to survive.

You are going to write your own acrostic poem using the name of your superhero.

What I want to see for your homework (outcome): Using the name of your Superhero I want you to write an acrostic poem. Try to make sure that the sentences you write are about your superhero.

Week 5 Spellings
Galaxies:
chip
chimp
limp
lump
lamp
lap
cap
camp
champ
cup

Stars:
no
go
nose
home
toe
know
show
road
goal
float

Planets:
able
table
fable
stable
cable
vegetable
sensible
horrible
terrible
edible

Week 4 Spellings
Galaxies:
lit
lift
wet
went
net
nest
bed
bend
met
melt

Stars:
write
wrong
wrinkle
wrap
wren
wreck
wriggle
wrist
written
wronged

Planets:
chuckle
tickle
pickle
trickle
prickle
buckle
crinkle
knuckle
fickle
twinkle

Week 3 Spellings
Galaxies:
like
five
nine
time
white
bite
side
tie
cry
high

Stars:
like
five
nine
time
white
bite
side
tie
cry
high

Planets:
stopped
trapped
grabbed
tapped
opened
lied
died
rested
sat
caught

Spellings for week ending 7th October
Planets:
hoping
coming
smiling
taking
caring
making
dividing
staring
hiding
riding

Stars:
happy
sunny
very
puppy
sixteen
weekend
suddenly
seen
neat
seat

Galaxies:
went
best
must
lamp
sank
tank
bank
sent
lent
bent

This week’s spellings

Planets try
singing
ringing
walking
jumping
resting
running
sitting
gripping
grabbing
stopping

Stars try
teeth
feel
deep
sleep
mean
heat
teach
feast
east
theme

Galaxies
man
main
lit
light
bin
been
got
goat
cot
coat

Time Machine Project

Week 1:Draw a time machine.
Due in on Tuesday 13th September 2011
Imagine you are a scientist.
You have just invented a time machine – well done! Now draw a diagram of your time machine. Use labels to show the details. Draw a diagram of the inside and the outside. Make it as colourful as you can.
What types of noises do the buttons make when you press them? Are there any flashing lights?
Do you need to write some instructions on how to use the time machine?
What will you call your time machine? I might call mine “Mystical Machine of Mystery”
Are there any special features of your time machine?

Week 2: Where are you going to go?
Due in on Tuesday 20th September 2011
Choose a place to go in your time machine where you will find Pirates.
Write about what happens when you get into your time machine. What is your journey like? How do you feel about travelling through time? Does it make your head spin? Does your tummy feel funny?

Week 3: You arrive.
Due in on Tuesday 27th September 2011
Write about what you can see as you step out of the time machine. Remember to include smells, sounds and feelings.
Is it day or night?
Can you see any people or animals?
Are there any buildings?
You can include a drawing as well as writing.

Week 4: You meet a Pirate.
Due in on Tuesday 4th October 2011
You go to investigate some strange sounds and you meet some people from the time you are visiting. They wonder who you are and are a bit scared of you.
Do you make friends in the end or do you have to run away? Write a story about this.

Week 5: You find an important object.
Due in on Tuesday 11th October 2011
You find an object that is very important in the time that you are visiting. Draw a picture of it.
Make sure that it is realistic, for example you won’t find a jet powered car in the time of the dinosaurs!
Where and how did you find the object?
Will you take it with you?

Week 6: You have an adventure.
Due in on Tuesday 18th October 2011
You are asked to help with an important task.
What adventure are you going to have? For example I might be asked to go and help rescue a trapped baby dinosaur.
Write the story of your adventure.
Remember to include a beginning, middle and end.

Week 7: You have to leave.
Due in on Tuesday 1st November 2011
Write the story of your last few days.
How do you feel? Are you sad or excited?
What souvenirs would you take back with you?
Why do you have to leave?
What happens when you get back into the time machine? Do you get home safely? Or do you have another adventure in a different time?

27 Responses to “Homework”

  1. HamzaJanuary 5, 2016 at 5:46 pm #

    I did 2 homework: the questionnaire one and the juice bottles creation 😀
    MORE COMMENTS!!!!

  2. Kenta BrannonMarch 22, 2016 at 6:10 pm #

    A poem about YEAR3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Year 3 are the best year group in the world,
    Year 3 can do the most work in the world.
    Year 3can do any thing,
    Year 3 can write any thing.
    Everyone in year 3 is the best,
    Every teacher in year 3 is the best.
    PPA is the best,
    Maths is the best,
    English is the best.
    Come on year 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. ayaanMarch 28, 2016 at 9:20 pm #

    They were called the Tudors because Henry VII was otherwise known as Henry Tudor. Henry Tudor became Henry VII when he won the throne from King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. Henry VIII was Henry VII’s second son and he becamThe second ruler from the House of Tudor (succeeding his father, Henry VII), Henry VIII (1491-1547) ruled England for 38 years. He is famed for his six wives–he ordered the beheading of two of them–and his passionate and vain desire to provide England with a male heir to the throne.e king because his older brother, Arthur, died when he was only 15.

  4. Moyin Adeyemi 3JSMarch 31, 2016 at 9:19 pm #

    TUDOR FACTS

    Tudor Rule England for 118 years
    There was 6 Tudor Kings and Queens in History
    Tudor time was famous for the plays of William Shakespeare
    Tudors preserve meat by rubbing salt on it.
    Only few people went to school in the Tudor times

  5. Salma ABDUL HAFID 3CPApril 14, 2016 at 9:28 pm #

    Tudor facts
    —————-
    Henry VIII ruled England’s Church
    Martin Luther King did not like the way the pope was acting so he made a Protestant Church
    Cathrine of Argon gave birth to Mary I
    Anne Boleyn gave birth to Elizebeth I
    Jane Seymour birth to Edward V
    C of A divorced
    A B executed
    J S died in birth
    A of C divorced
    K H executed
    K P widowed
    Henry did not have one son he had 2 son 1 was called Edward 2nd was called Henry Fitzroy
    Henry VIII had a brother called Arthur he married C of A but he died

  6. Lucas 3LNApril 25, 2016 at 8:02 pm #

    TUDOR FACTS

    *Most of the rich people in tudor times like to wear a ruff which is sort of a paper necklace going all the way round.

    *Henry VIII is the most well known (tudor) king of all time!

    *Criminals would be beheaded.

    *Peasants would throw poo and wee onto the street as they had no proper drainage.

  7. AmanApril 25, 2016 at 8:28 pm #

    * King Henry VIII had six wives they were, Kathrine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleaves, Catharine Howard and Katherine Parr.
    *King Henry VIII was born in June 28th 1491 and died in January 28th 1547.His children were Elizbeth 1 of England,Mary 1 of England.His brothers sisters were Margret tudor,Arther,prince of wales.His parents Elizebeth of York,Henry VII of England.

  8. Seth WadsworthApril 30, 2016 at 12:39 pm #

    * king Henry VIII was one of the most famous kings to have ruled England

    * Edward the VI was found in a car park a few months a go

    * a cure for jaundice was to swallow 9 lice mixed with ale every morning for one week

  9. EwanMay 2, 2016 at 11:38 am #

    Who were the Tudors ?
    The Tudors were a Welsh -English family that ruled England and Wales from 1485to 1603 -one of the most exciting periods of British history.
    How long did the Tudors rule?
    They ruled for 118 years and during their reign encouraged new religious ideas,overseas.
    Why are they so famous ?
    They are famous for many things ,including Henry viii and his six wives ,the exploration of America and the plays of William. Shake Spear.

  10. roheen darMay 2, 2016 at 8:51 pm #

    10 interesting facts about king Henry VIII (By Roheen Dar 3LN)

    1. King Henry ruled from 1509 – 1547.
    2. He was the second son of Henry VII.
    3. He had six wives.
    4. King Henry VIII had three children.
    5. Was buried in Windsor Castle.
    6. Henry VIII was born in Greenwich Palace on 28th of June 1491
    7. Was crowned king on 21st April 1509.
    8. King Henry VIII was a tall man , with grey eyes , brown hair and had a beard. King Henry VIII was a handsome , young man but later he was fat. He dressed posh , wore a lot of jewellery especially rings.
    9. Henry VIII was leader of Church Of England.
    10. Henry VIII lived at Hampton court palace , in London.

  11. Florence 3cpMay 7, 2016 at 2:15 pm #

    This is my story for the Jaqueline Wilson story competition I have entered.
    The original also has pictures. I hope you enjoy reading it.

    Stars Under The Sea
    By Florence Finegan

    Deep down beneath the surface of the sea there are things that you can never imagine! Mermaids and mermen, mammals that lay eggs, even animals that use themselves as instruments in fishy bands. All of these creatures have found ways to be special.
    Once, on the very street of Sandy Shore in the very town of Fishville, there, stuck to a rock at the end of the street, was a poster saying, “STARS UNDER THE SEA- a brilliant talent show for all fishy friends”. The main picture on the poster was of last year’s winner- Inky Houdini- the famous escapologist Octopus, proudly holding up the fabulous Star Trophy in his twisting tentacles. He was the talk of the ocean and his fame had even reached deep below the bay, into the deep sea…
    There, on the very street of Damp Alley in the very town of Murky Deep lived Miss Angler. She was staring at the poster of Inky Houdini. She was in awe of him. He was such an inspiration. She would have loved to have entered the STARS UNDER THE SEA competition, but she was lonely and had nobody to talk and felt like she had no special talent.
    Miss Angler felt -and looked- miserable.
    Suddenly, a crab called Scuttle who had been rehearsing her fabulous Flamenco danc, came scuttling past in a frightful panic. “Have you seen my fabulous Flamenco shoe”, she asked Miss Angler. “ If I don’t find it I can’t enter STARS UNDER THE SEA and it’s so dark down here, I can’t see a thing” Now, what you might not know is that Angler fish have a sort of torch that lights up above their head to help them to live in such dark waters. So, Miss Angler lit hers up.
    All around them the seaweed cast shadows that looked like the strangest beasts you could ever imagine. “Wow! That’s incredible!” cried Scuttle, her eyes on stalks! “Oh, and here’s my fabulous Flamenco shoe-you’re amazing. So talented” she shouted back at Miss Angler as she clackerty-clacked away, clicking her castanet claws in delight.
    “Talented! She said talented” thought Miss Angler. Right there and then she decided to enter the talent show! She had one week to practice her shadow show until she was confident enough to compete with all the other spectacular performances. She might even meet Inky Houdini, she might even win that Star Trophy…

    Back on Sandy Shore in Fishville, there were so many ideas and talents being turned into acts for the talent show; a shoal of shimmering mackerel, practicing their formation light dance, a fluther of fluorescent jelly fish rehearsing synchronised swimming routines, a lone lobster perfecting the delicate art of bubble juggling and a solitary squid making the final touches to her magic act – disappearing into a curtain of black ink.
    Meanwhile, Inky and Scuttle were relaxing in Inky’s Octopuses Garden in the shade; but the shade became shadier and shadier and shadier and then they were scooped up in a huge fishing net.
    Finally, it was the day before Talent Show and Miss Angler had just arrived at Sandy Shore. Everyone was talking about how Inky Houdini and Scuttle had disappeared. They all thought it was one of Inky’s amazing tricks, but in fact Scuttle and Inky they were both 100’s of miles away- in New Zealand/ When the fishermen who had scooped them up found them in their net, they had decided to donate them to the National Aquarium of New Zealand in Napier.
    Inky was sat in a cave in his tank sobbing, feeling very sorry for himself, hiding away where nobody could see him. Scuttle, on the other hand was as happy as a Flamenco dancing crab could be! She loved performing for all the aquarium visitors and would strut up and down her tank, claws clicking, all day long- she was FABULOUS. “Why are you so sad Inky”, she asked, confused –why wasn’t Inky as happy as her to have an audience? “I’m going to miss the talent show” Inky grumbled. Scuttle was amazed, “but you’re the GREAT INKY HOUDINI! Can’t you just escape? I heard you could fit through a hole the size of a two pence piece, I’m sure you can get out of here.”
    The next morning, when Scuttle woke up there was a huge commotion in the aquarium. Inky’s tank lid was slightly ajar, there were wet, slithery patches on the aquarium floor that led to the drain which led…to the ocean. Inky had performed the best ever escape act of his life and he was free! It was all over the papers…

    Inky swam as fast as his eight legs would take him, but when he got back to Sandy Shore he was only in time to see the last act- Miss Anglers Shadow Show. It was pitch dark, just like in the Deep Sea, except for a single light in the middle of the stage. The shadows all around told the story of a shipwreck, where sea dragons lived and tormented the creatures of the deep. The shapes curled curiously around the crowd and they felt cold and frightened. Then the mood and shadows changed, colours they had never seen before filled the bay, shadow mermaids emerged and lured away the sea dragons, creating light and peace. The crowd went wild! Inky Houdini materialised from the crowd and presented Miss Angler with the shining Star Trophy. It was the proudest moment of Miss Angler’s fishy life
    Even though Miss Angler won STARS UNDER THE SEA that day, she wasn’t the only winner, everyone has their own talents and everyone is special.
    Even the shark that crashed into the celebrations, ate the mackerel formation team and stole the Star Trophy!
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRGGGHHHHHH HE STOLE THE TROPHY !!!!!!!!!!
    The End

  12. cpatersonMay 12, 2016 at 2:18 pm #

    Wow Flo that is truly amazing! if i was the judge you would win all day long! you’re a star!

  13. m.uzairMay 20, 2016 at 8:57 pm #

    Henry had six wifes that really really liked henry

  14. m.uzair3JS#May 20, 2016 at 9:03 pm #

    was Henry polite man?
    no because He did not let girls go to school and only let boys go to school

  15. m.uzair3JS#May 20, 2016 at 9:15 pm #

    He cept getting new wives because they were to rubbish and
    i think he liked Jane Seymour she was Henry’s third wife an he
    liked her because she gave henry a baby boy

  16. HenryVIIIMay 20, 2016 at 9:19 pm #

    IM REALLY HAPPY

  17. m.uzair 3JSMay 20, 2016 at 9:23 pm #

    Was Henry a rich man though
    yes he was but a very imachore and a cray cray man

  18. m.uzair 3JSMay 20, 2016 at 9:27 pm #

    but he is not alive eny more and now also his wives are dead as well and henry was a faty man

  19. m.uzair3jsMay 20, 2016 at 9:43 pm #

    henry the VIII is a imachore and faty man whocept chainging wifes

  20. m.uzair 3jsMay 21, 2016 at 8:22 pm #

    Henry the VIII was a fat man who was very strict an harsh and was unfair

  21. m.uzair 3jsMay 21, 2016 at 8:26 pm #

    Henry died at the age 55 his last wife is alive but now she is not
    alive she is dead all the people

  22. m.uzair 3jsMay 21, 2016 at 8:29 pm #

    Henry was also a hunter an like to hunting thing

  23. m.uzair 3jsMay 21, 2016 at 8:31 pm #

    henry might stiil be strict

  24. IqraMarch 5, 2017 at 9:31 pm #

    1 Henry vIII got killed by cophing and he also has a broken leg
    2. He was fat because he ate lots of rich food
    3 Henry killed his wives because none of the gave himself a son except one of his wife’s called Jane Seymour.
    4 people didn’t have toilets
    5. There wasn’t any brick houses it was just wood
    6 he chopped of 3 children’s heads and 5 adults heads

  25. Finton Patterson 3CPMarch 26, 2017 at 4:55 pm #

    Did you know that Shakespeare died on his birthday?

  26. Uzair Azam ChaudharyMarch 28, 2017 at 7:12 pm #

    1. A Tudor explorer called John Cabot found a new part of Land called Newfoundland.
    2. He was born in Italy but came to England.
    3. A Tudor explorer called John Hawkins sold 1253 slaves.
    4. He got extremely rich for that purpose.
    5. A Tudor Sailor called Francis Drake stole Gold, Silver and Spices.
    6. He got knighted by Queen Elizabeth I.

  27. sadieApril 23, 2017 at 5:09 pm #

    1. The Tudor reign lasted from 1485 to 1603.
    2. They reigned for 118 years.
    3. In Tudor times they didn’t have forks they only had knives and spoons.
    4. Only rich people went to school in those days but now everyone has a right to go to school.
    5. In Tudor times most people only lived to the age 30.

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