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The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

In the dull room, the boy is holdingĀ  a hard book that is as hard as brick. The ugly boy’s face is really wrinkly. The walls are very rubbery and as smooth as clay. The boy is as smiley as Miss Jackson. The boy’s hair is as prickly as a rose tree but is still nice.

The glorious butterflies flapped around the magnificent, vibrant room. The loving boy is as happy and smiley as Maisie. The sparking book created magical butterflies. The boy was very surprised.

By Evie

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

The wall is lumpy. The room is gloomy and dark. The man’s hair is prickly and as spiky as a hedgehog. He looks lonely. The room is mysterious and as dark as a cave. The room is ugly and dull.

The boy gently opened the book. Quickly, butterflies shot out. The boy was happy and shocked. It was magnificent and wonderful. The butterflies were colorful.

By Louie

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

In the dark and mysterious room the walls are as fluffy as a cloud. His hair is short and prickly. His book is as green as grass. He has a jumper that is as blue as the salty sea. The walls are covered in pink, blue and black.

The pretty boy has a magnificent, purple jumper. He opened the magical books that was as green as grass. Suddenly, the book quickly opened and butterflies shot out of the big, green book.

By Phoebe

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

The walls are as soft as a feather. The boy has a big nose. He looks like an alien. The boy is so lonely, like one person in the night sky. The boy is ugly and he has spiky hair like a hedgehog.

The boy opened the magnificent book. The boy sat in the bright cave. The boy is happy and beautiful.

By Lucas

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

The walls were cracked. He was sat in the dark room. It looked as dark as the night sky. He was wrinkly and cold. It was misty and grey. The man had hair like a crocodile’s spikes. He had a fuzzy jumper.

The boy’s eyes glowed gently. The butterflies were glimmering. Ginormous clouds were floating below his chair. Butterflies were shimmering as bright as the sun. The butterflies were incredible.

By Amira

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

The walls are mysterious and smooth. His hair is prickly. He is happy because he has got his book. The boy has big eyes and his nose is long. He is mysterious.

The shimmering butterflies popped out of the book. The butterflies were glowing all over and the boy started to smile. The room and the butterflies are colourful. It is shiny.

By Brooke

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

He is lonely. The room is cold. It is dark like a moon. The room is scary like a monster.

The butterflies are beautiful like summer. The butterflies are colourful. The room is warm like the sun. The man is happy.

By Joel

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

His hair is as prickly as thorns. The walls and the floor are white and black. It is spooky and mysterious. The man is lonely. The walls are as hard as bricks.

The butterflies are flying out like crazy. The butterflies are glowing like diamonds. The boy’s smile is as shiny as Evie’s. The book is magical like a fairy. The butterflies are beautiful and majestic.

By Maisie

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

The room looks mysterious and scary. The boy has a nose as big as the B.F.G. The room is spooky and foggy. The book looks old and mysterious. It looks dirty.

By Ethan

The Book of Butterflies

In our English lessons this week, we have been developing our descriptive writing. We watched a short film taken from ‘The Literacy Shed’, called the ‘The Book of Butterflies’. We then described two main parts of the film; before and after the book was opened. Take a look below to read our descriptions from one of these parts:

The man’s hair is fuzzy and black. The room is dull and he has a book. The room is dark and gloomy. The boy is ugly but smiley. The walls are soft.

By Emily