Homework: Story Start

For homework this week you are going to complete a narrative story start. In your story start you will need to describe the setting and at least one character. Think about using adjectives and spelling strategies in your work.

14 thoughts on “Homework: Story Start

  1. during the cold spooky night,were the lights are on I can see a creepy shadow on the ground coming to me, I don’t no what the shadow.

    1. Make sure you read through your comment before posting Lachlan as you have missed a capital letter at the beginning of the sentence and have some spelling mistakes that you could have checked.

  2. During the windy morning, as I was paddling my canoe, I saw a shadow it was a pretty big it had big fins and a big body. I started to paddle away from the shark like shadow it started to follow.

  3. During a sunny day a man was canoeing on the ocean. It was calm and smooth day out on the water. Then a huge shadow of a shark is underneath the canoe. Things are not going to be calm and smooth any more.

  4. During the cold afternoon as l went on my boat their was a big shark under my boat I was reffied but lt was just a subin.

  5. During a sunny day a man was canoeing on the ocean.it was calm and smooth day out on the water.then a shadow of a shark is underneath the Canoe.things are not going to be calm and smooth anymore.

  6. During the hot afternoon as I was rowing my bot I saw a dark shadow under me it was a massive shark

  7. During the sunny warm day as the boat stays still some thing comes underneath the boat some thing big and looks dangerous

  8. During a bluey morning I went for a swim not to close to soar I see something yellow floating in the up above me what is it I wander HO NO it’s men I shod go right away and not come back.

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