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November 28th

The Party

Photo : Photo courtesy of Alexander Jansson

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The Party

The Party

Question time!

What does the note say?

Who has taken the horn and what reason might they have?

Why do you think they have the party?

Who will be going to the party?

What is your favourite type of celebration and why?

Why do you think people often celebrate special events with bright lights and burning flames?

Perfect picture!

If you were to have a party to celebrate something special in your life, what would you use to make it special? Write or draw what you think!

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Story starter!

Placing the final lantern against the twisted, ancient oak, he turned and appreciated his work. The night that was relished and cherished by all folk who lived in and around the mystical wood of Myr was here again. Surely this year would be a success. Surely the elves, fairies, dwarves and nightlillies would all turn up on time and enjoy a night of fun and festivities.

He could do no more now except sound the Horn of Anelina to signal the beginning of the party. Reaching down he suddenly froze! Reaching down he realised the space where the horn should be was empty. Then he spotted the note…

Sentence challenge!

Can you use a relative clause to add detail about a main character?

e.g. Finally the slight and subtle dwarves, who were always last to arrive, appeared just over the horizon.

Sick sentences!

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?

The nightlillies loved the bright lights.

The horn of Anelina is big.

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