lambton Noah, Kobe and Quinlan from KP give our story 10 out of 10.
The Wallers Great work 2O, you should be very proud of your creation. Its great to see your use of technology in such a creative and productive manner. Congratulations!
lambton I'm really proud of you 20. You all worked very hard to create this imaginative multimodal text. Well done. Mrs Quinn
Jess Fantastic Work 2O!!
Shell Impressive words and sentences 2O - what a great re-tell! Enjoy your holidays.
Mark Great book. Good work Lambton class 20
lambton Adapted from "Be Brave, Little Piglet", written by Phil Cummings and illustrated by Sarah Davis
lambton By 20
lambton Little Pudgy reluctantly went off. Suddenly, he came across an enormous floppy-eared dog.
lambton The jumpy dog petrified little Pudgy.
lambton So, Pudgy ran away as quick as lightning.
lambton Then he saw a big colourful rooster who towered over him.
lambton When the rooster crowed loudly, little Pudgy was frightened and sprinted away.
lambton A bit further on, the big brown cow bent towards Pudgy to be friendly.
lambton However, when she mooed, " Hello" Pudgy thought the cow was being mean.
lambton So, Pudgy ran away as fast as a cheetah.
lambton By now, Pudgy was really worried that the animals would chase after him. So, he headed off in a different direction.
lambton Pudgy was so excited when he discovered sloshy, mud puddles. He rolled in them like he'd never rolled before.
lambton He was ecstatic when he discovered bushes full of red, juicy berries. Little Pudgy had a yummy feast.
lambton He felt incredibly happy and content as he trotted off.
lambton When little Pudgy found a weedy pond full of spotty frogs, he was excited but they hopped away rapidly, as though a tsunami was coming.
lambton Pudgy thought he looked amazingly handsome and marched off to continue his adventure.
lambton However, the big brown cow didn't recognise Pudgy and thought he was a weed monster.
lambton Pudgy kept walking proudly past unaware that he was camouflaged.
lambton Rooster imagined he was a swamp monster and let out a screech.
lambton He was so terrified of Pudgy that he sped off to warn the others.
lambton The dog couldn't believe that a scary bush monster could be on the farm.
lambton Pudgy felt like a king and thought he looked fabulous.
lambton He marched all the way back to Mama Pig and excitedly told her about his great day.
lambton All the animals were very confused but happy when the mud, worms, berries and weed washed off in the bath to reveal Pudgy in his true form.
lambton "Oink Oink," Mama Pig gently nudged Pudgy. "Be brave and go explore the farm".