Today, I would like you to continue your story. Try to write the problem. You could use the original story to help, like I have below. Or if you are feeling more adventurous, you could use more of your own ideas.
Think carefully about each sentence you use and remember to include full stops and capital letters.
Remember we have been practising using different sentence types and speech in class, so try to use these in your writing.
“It’s all over," shouted the family. They fled down the stairs, along the garden and into the shed. It was cosy in the shed, but Alex missed his bunny teddy. So quick as the beat of a bumble bees wing, his dashed back to the house and into his bedroom. The house was a mess. Filling every room upstairs, were piles and piles of rubble. In every ceiling, a gaping hole could now be seen, through which every rafter in the roof was laid bare. All around, rhinos were pirouetting, singing opera and playing table tennis. Quieter than a butterfly’s whisper, Alex grabbed his bunny and went back to the shed.
The next day, the family awoke and felt a bit braver. They crept back to the house, up the stairs, over the piles of rubble and climbed into the roof. They were careful not to be seen, but the rhinos were too busy. Some were even sipping cocktails in the hot-tub.