In the city of Tigerwina was a tree that was so tall it went over the clouds. One day a man set out to climb that tree but he didn’t get to the top. Finally one day he managed to do it. When he was at the top he realised that no one would believe him, so he brought down the only fruit left on the tree. Back down he showed everyone the fruit and he ate it. Then he started to levitate higher and higher. The people wanting to levitate for themselves thought was this really the only fruit?
Who? These men are the coloured army of Sydney. They were turned to statues by the black and white witch who was trying to steal their colours.
What? Again I already told you it’s the coloured army. But what I did not tell you is that these men are not men. They are creatures that can move at mark 20.
Where? The army are in the city of Sydney, the city of the king. And if you look closely you see the wormhole that brought them there. So, beware when you go to Sydney to not fall into the wormhole.
Last week, I went to the legendary Sydney Opera House. I loved it. After the performance, I saw these really colourful and weird statues of men. They were just under the palm trees. I didn’t know what they were, neither did my mum, but my dad suggested that they were ancient Chinese warriors. I was really interested, and I wanted to know more. Even though, we were planning to have dinner at a very fancy and expensive restaurant, I begged my parents to go home so I could go on my brand new computer and do lots of research.
You are the owner of a fantastic blog where you can share your pupils work with the world.
If you are an experienced blogger then you will know what to do. If you want to change anything regarding the look, theme, information on your blog then off you go using the dashboard to the left.
If this is your first foray into blogging don’t worry. Here is a short video to show you what you have to do.
Once you have published your posts on here, check this video to see how to link to 100WC.
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Many thanks to Ian Addison for these great videos!