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Mrs Spiller and Mrs Harrison's Class

 

A Space Adventure

As part of our new topic on space, the class were asked to write their own space adventure story for their 'Best Write.'

Below are just a few extracts from their fabulous stories.... 

 

He could hear a horrendous sound coming from the rocket. He could feel a vibration going up his spine, then BLAST OFF! Before he knew it, he was already hovering above the ground. Suddenly, he was going higher and higher and higher and higher and then darkness, complete darkness. There were no clouds, no wind, no streams, no sky, just darkness. He could see himself in the reflection of the windows. The windows were as glossy and shiny as the new shoes he got for Christmas. He reached for a bag of marshmallows. He gaped, astonished as they floated away. Suddenly, he could see bits of silver rock floating in the distance. His heart was pounding, he then woke up. Was it just a dream?

Kelly

 

A hopeful boy longed to go to the moon and search it's rocky surface. Every night, he would imagine himself stepping on the crater-ridden moon and he saw himself bouncing from crater to crater to crater. Suddenly, feeling sleepy, he drifted off to sleep dreaming of visiting the moon and other planets.

George

 

 

The hopeful boy stared at the mesmerising moon longing to venture onto it's rocky surface and wondered if it was made of cheese? Milo's biggest dream was to be on that rocky world all those two hundred thousand miles away. Once the bright, golden sun came up, he sank into his light, fluffy pillow. Suddenly, an idea flooded his head. Milo's dream was about to come true. 

Speeding like a rocket downstairs, Milo grabbed his ruby, red rocket and returned back to his space-themed room. After putting on his helmet, checking for fuel and snacks, he and rabbit were ready for countdown...

The rocket began to start shaking like a wibbly, wobbly jelly and lifted off to soar through the sky. He passed by cold, black miles and dazzling blue, hypnotic galaxies. 

Evie