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Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Star Test

This Term we have done a Star Test. In my Star Test I got a Stanine 8 for year 5.
I did a year 7 test which put me in the learning pit. And it made me do some cognitive wobbling.

Friday, 1 April 2016

Camp writing

Day of a life of a camp horse.

Hi, I'm a horse. Just an ordinary grey house with a blondy main. Anyway my name is Blondy obviously. My job is to give every silly little child in El Rancho a ride on my poor wounded
back.

Today it's a Tuesday. Just an ordinary Tuesday. But suddenly I see a bunch of kids climb over the wooden fence. 'Oh, I'm so sorry. Didn't I warn you I had a very bad and horrid habit of when I'm happy.' Well all of my friends apparently tell me that I tend to smile. This is how they described it yesterday for me. First they said that my teeth stick out like I've been to the dentist or something like that.

Anyway, back to the story. Wait where were we, ah yes, the part where those horrid little kids were climbing the wooden fence. They came up to me and stared at me like I was a bunch of a million dollar cash. One child started patting me, at first I liked it but I wasn't happy enough to smile. Unfortunately the child started patting me the wrong way so I unhappily bit the child and she started running away screaming and crying. Next all of the children started putting on their helmets, I started looking beside me at my dear friend Fin the farting horse.

Your properly asking right now why my friend is called such a gross name. Well I'll tell you it's because he always farts. Farts farts farts basically that's his job to fart, infact it is her job. And that's one of the reasons why I can't run around on the field because every little step I take I step in Fins disgusting mess. Suddenly all of the children start lining up beside Fin and I. The first child that went on me was called Abby. She climbed up onto me and started jumping up and down on my back while sitting down.

It felt nice. Ok, I have to admit it - it felt really really nice and my back stopped hurting. I was soooo happy I couldn't help but smile, I started sticking my lips out so I could see them through my own eyes. Some of the kids liked it but some of the kids were staring at me like I just came from crazy town. Even Abby stopped jumping up and down on me. My smile slowly went away and my back started hurting again.

The children all took off their helmets and started walking away. I sadly turned to Fin who was already to busy doing his job. I watched the kids climb over the fence and then I vowed I would never smile again.

The End

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Evaluation: I think I could have put more juicy words in my story. I think I chose the right story to do and also did well at using my punuation.