Good morning everyone!
A short blog post – it has been a hectic, what with birthday’s and World Book Day!
First of all, I wanted to share with you a picture of the birthday cake my gran made for me.
It is a box of chocolates cake and it was eaten very quickly! Awesome!
The sides of the box are chocolate as well!
Then there was World Book Day.
For anyone who missed it – “World Book Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading.”
Check out the link http://www.worldbookday.com/about/
At my school, we had a casual day where we were allowed to dress up as book Characters.
We had a Where’s Wally, Harry Potter and even some crazy Zombies!
I went to school as a character from my favourite book.
If I show you this photo, can you guess who my character was for World Book Day?
I’ll give you a clue – its from my favourite book that I go on and on about =)
On Friday night I went to see the Lego Movie and it was epic, I wanted to tell you about it!
The Lego Movie is certificated U. However the parents found it more amusing to the children. This was because some of the jokes went over our heads (as kids). The movie was about this baddy (called Lord Business – The voice was Will Ferrell). Lord Business has this big tube of glue and he wants to glue all of the Lego pieces together to cause trouble! Lots of Lego characters – including Batman, Wyldstyle and other characters, including Emmet (The Good Guy – voice by Chris Pratt) gets them all to go on a mission to stop Lord Business.
I loved the movie because it was incredibly funny. Some of the characters are hilarious, including my favourite character who was, “God Cop Bad Cop”. The variety of Lego is brilliant, there is every Lego set you can think of (including The Simpsons!). It must have taken them a very long time to make the movie.
My mum says that grown-ups will love this movie because there is lots of dry wit and sarcasm. She says that it has lots of references to popular culture (whatever that means!). It has lots of retro characters if you like that kind of thing.
It is rated a U, but I would recommend older children and probably adults will enjoy it.
My dad already wants to go and watch it after hearing my mum rave about how good it was.
I give it 10 / 10 – brilliant.
I wish I’d have seen it in 3D because the graphics were excellent!
Here is the video trailer on YouTube.
Have you seen it yet and what did you think?
These are last weeks spellings that I had to learn for school (as homework).
I have a spelling test today for column C. Wish me luck!
I wrote this (in fewer than 100 words) to try and use all the words in a bit of writing, to help me, using all of the words. Well sort of.
Once upon a time there was a lady called Miss Collision. The Collision family had possession of many guitars and many drums. Her working profession was a percussion instrument teacher. In that way Miss Collision always made things collide. She enjoyed doing comprehension lessons, about the history of instruments. She loved to use persuasive language to get her pupils to learn musical instruments; she offered supervision but tried not to teach with oppression. She made a good impression with teachers, parents and children and then had great progression in her teaching career.
I closed my poll, which was to find out everyone’s favourite Hunger Games book.
Half of people who voted preferred The Hunger Games (book 1) and then The Hunger Games Catching Fire (book 2) was second.
No one voted for Mocking Jay as their favourite.
Do these results surprise you?