Revolting Rhymes!

imageWe read and act out a play from the book called revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl we had to try to have rhyme and rime they might sound the same but they have very different meanings. In my group it was Alex, Zac, Sabine and I (Joram) we reenacted the three little pigs but it was not all that it seemed to be!

Visualising the best book ever!

imageToday our teacher Mrs Elder read us two chapters of Fantastic Mr Fox but the twist was that we had to draw a picture because we had to infer. Boggius, Bean and Bunce were digging out a rat named Mr Fox (it’s actually a fox) They tried many ways to get that rascal out. We would have to unpack the words and draw! To our hearts content!

Roald Dahl Fantastic Mr Fox Questions/Answers!

IMG_0066We read the fantastic book called Fantastic Mr Fox! Our teacher assigned us some questions so here they are!

Down in the valley, there were three farms. The owners of these farms had done well.

The three farmers Bogus Bean and Bug had done very well and took care of their farm. But had a secret.

‘I can smell these goons a mile away. I can smell one from the other.

Mr Fox can smell the odour from Bogus Bean and Bug and recognise them easily.

I can tell by reading the story that they were mean/cruel farmers and had a lot of money which they didn’t deserve.

Mr. Fox was always especially careful when coming out of his hole?

the farmers had shotguns so he would have to be very sly to get pass them for food.

“It will never grow again,” said Mr. Fox. “I shall be tail-less for the rest of my life.” He looked very glum. What does the word glum mean?

Glum means that you are felling down about something.