Top Twenty Ones are a class of year 3 and 4 children who are beginning their e-learning journey this year. We're starting this exciting journey with blogging, but we know there's a lot more in store for us this year!
A Special Grandparent
We have been learning how to use descriptive language in writing. We have specifically learnt how to use precise adjectives to enhance a piece of writing.
We started by writing a descriptive piece about a friend within the classroom and now have some great work on the wall for everyone to view.
After finishing that writing, we chose a special grandparent and wrote a description of them, including facial features, likes and dislikes and what we love about them. We have some fabulous pieces of writing displayed in the classroom that would certainly delight our grandparents and many others.
Check out Michael's fabulous piece of writing...
My Nanna is an amazing person. She has sparkly eyes that are like glitter on a painting. The wrinkles on her face are like petals on a sunflower. The glasses that she wears reflect in the sun as she walks. Her hair is so grey that it stands out in the dark.
My Nanna laughs a lot and sometimes she plays tricks on people. Once she put salt in our sugar jar and I put it on my Weet-bix.
She enjoys doing puzzles and riddles. Once she made a 1000 piece puzzle. She dislikes people talking all the time and she also doesn't like people swinging on her chairs.
I love the way that she gives me treats every time I go to her house. She takes me out everytime I stay the night.
My Nanna is the most awesome Nanna in the world!
About the Blogger
Teaching is a passion of mine, I love it! I'm really lucky to have an amazing class of Year 3 and 4 children at Otonga School. I'm a self-confessed greenie, so part of our journey this year will involve learning about our environment and sharing our knowledge with you all!