February 28

100WC Week #22

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This week we are looking at five words. All need to be in your writing but they can be in any order. You might find it useful to write out a short plan to make sure you get them all in & that your piece makes sense!

The words are:

Ladder   Goldfish   Flew   Brown   Slowly


The form will close at 23.45 UK time on the 3rd March


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January 12

Woods Runner Part 1

The title of Part 1 was “Green” and “green” is being continuously referenced throughout the book. After starting to read Part 2 “Red” why do you think the author chose to break his book into these two parts and name them “Green” and “Red”? Be sure to include specific details from the book that will support your answer and check our posting guidelines to make sure that your response meets those expectations. If you finish before time is called please explore other students blogs and leave them a comment! Happy Blogging!

December 20

100 Word Challenge!!!

We are little behind but I think this prompt will really get us thinking about narratives and word choice! Thank you so much to the team at 100 WC! Start your story in a Google Doc and then copy and paste to the comment section.  As usual if you want to continue the story you are more the welcome to, just make sure you post it to YOUR blog with a catchy title. As usual Enjoy!!!

Remember it has to be part of your story with no changes.The prompt is:

…the tiger was blocking our escape…

Things to consider:

  • Where are you?
  • Who are you with?
  • Why is there a tiger?
  • Why do you need to escape?
December 11

The Girl Who Could Fly ~ Chapter 18

Piper McCleod and the other students at I.N.S.A.N.E. all have different dreams of what they want to do when they get out. With our winter break a mere 8 days away. If you had unlimited resources what would be your ideal way to spend the break? Post your response on your blog with the title “My Dream Winter Break”. Please be sure to pay attention to our blogging guidelines.