Here is my first Head Teacher's Challenge - post your answers on the blog please.

They should be informative,descriptive and/or amusing and hopefully you will practise your writing skills.

There will be a prize for my favourite - so watch out for the name of the winner here too!

Get writing!

How would you describe an elephant to someone who has never seen one?

 


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Owen
09/12/2013 1:39pm

That looks very tall

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10/12/2013 5:59am

Well done Harry good discription.

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jaycee
11/12/2013 10:22am

They are very big and are grey.Also they don't like to be alone. They have large ears and long trunk which they make a trumpet noise with. with small eyes and although you can't see it they have a small mouth.and have small tail. that is what a elephant is like

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kaci
11/12/2013 12:11pm

An elaphant is a gargantuan, massive creature wich squrts water through its long wiggly trunk but also have large stomping feet what could squish you. Elephants are huge part of popular culter and show up as metaphors across all media. They form of religious beliefs and are often associated with wisdom or altruism. However, many people who live outside the normal range of elephant's are unfamiliar with the many interesting facts about them. This list gives an overview of ten interesting areas about elephants.

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Isabelle Sharman
12/12/2013 8:51am

Elephants are very intelligent they are colossal animals that are grey.Elephants are large mammals. They live in African and Asian. Their scientific name: Elephantidae. They have lifespan of around 80 years.They weigh on average 5,500 kg.They are surviving relatives of the now extinct mammoths and mastodons. All elephants have several distinctive features the most notable of which is a long trunk used for many purposes, particularly for grasping objects. In addition to their trunks, their incisors grow into tusks, which serve as tools for moving objects and digging and as weapons for fighting. The elephant's large ear flaps help to control the temperature of its body. African elephants have larger ears and concave backs while Asian elephants have smaller ears and convex or level backs.
Elephants are herbivorous and can be found in different habitats including savannahs, forests, deserts and marshes. They prefer to stay near water. They are considered to be keystone species due to their impact on their environments. Females ("cows") tend to live in family groups, which can consist of one female with her calves or several related females with offspring.

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Ben Dobson
12/12/2013 12:12pm

Its grey and it has a long trunk. Its ginormous. It has big ears.

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Owen
15/12/2013 12:56pm

1.5m
2. Grey
3. Has a long trunk to suck up water and to keep them cool
4. It has large feet and they are nilly as big as a gorillas foot
5. It has great eye site
6. It has wonderful,glories and beautiful blue eyes
7. It has very floppy ears to keep them cool and to keep flys
8. There tail is very bushy and herry and there tail is black
9. Some elephants are smooth and some are herry

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j.hodgson100@durhamlearning.net
15/12/2013 2:20pm

Some good descriptions so far! Some children have used their imagination while others have used research to find amazing elephant facts. Well done and keep them coming this week!

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Mackenzie
20/12/2013 3:26am

imagine a big magestic beatifull animal with a loving big heart and a magical place . This animal has a big imagination it has a big future to live on .it has the biggest trunk I have see it eyers are as big as a car . I love this animal. If you do not know an elphent go on google and tipe up elphents.

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j.hodgson100@durhamlearning.net
20/12/2013 4:04am

We'll done this is a super try - could you find alternatives for the word 'big'?

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