Grade 5 Readers and Writers

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Favorite Sentence by Ezri!

March19

“That dress is hideous! You can’t wear that to the Grand Festival of Spring!” Maggie yelled. 

“I’m a bird tamer, not a ball gown wearer!” Maddie screamed.

Talya, their mom, walked into the room. Her gray eyes had no shine, and the lines under her eyes were as dark as the midnight sky. She wore a dull blue dress that had faded over the years. Her hair, the color of a toasted bagel, was tied up in a sloppy bun.

 “Girls, you do realize that the Grand Festival of Spring is canceled, right?” 

“WHAT!?” Maddie and Maggie both said at the same time.

“The festival’s famous songbird was found missing from his cage,” Talya said.

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Caroline Bufkin Sentence study

March19

After the seventh ring of the doorbell, Lucy was in a whole different universe when she heard the doorbell ring so many times by impatient Olivia, She heard the doorbell open and she snapped right back into it and ran to the door.

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Claire Tight Sentence Study Practice

March19

After the 8th ring of the doorbell, Amy finally Looked through the tiny, fogged-up peephole, and saw the mad-looking pizza man at the door tapping his foot aggressively on the outdoor welcome rug.

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The line/paragraph I did this week. The Ghost Girl

March19

              “Geez,” I said in my mind. Then out loud I said, “Wow, you’re a real talker.” Then Layla said, “Hey! I’m only asking how you survived!” I smiled sadly and said, “I didn’t.” She said, “Oh, I’m so sorry!” I said, “it’s fine.” We continued talking until my “friends” asked in a mean voice, “Who are you talking to?!?” “Well-I-um” Layla stuttered. I made an image in my mind of me flickering in and out of sight to my “friends.” It worked! I said “Me.” Tears started streaming down their cheeks. Some of them whispered “Samantha?” I decided to vanish, only to my “friend’s” sight which means Layla can still see me.

               I followed Layla when she was heading to class and heard the other students were whispering.

“Have you heard of that girl, Layla?” “They say there’s a ghost haunting her!” “She cursed!”

Layla went to her seat then put her hood on. She seemed lonely then I said, “You don’t have to be lonely, you’re with me.” She smiled and said, “Thank you, Samantha.”

something that I wrote this week that I liked

March19

At the 1000 knock, the neighbor finally answered and told me he was silently asleep.

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Space frog!

March19

She runs outside and goes to the bus stop. She jumps on the bus and puts 4 quarters in the coin slot.

She finds a seat on the bus and waits for her stop.

It almost felt like forever but it had only been 6 minutes.

March19

he tamed a ferox and then teleported to a different biome

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Lacrosse

March19

The team’s goal is to score as many goals as they can in a certain amount of time.  They have 60 min to score as many goals as they can.  The 60 min is divided into four periods.  They get a     thirty-second break after each period. 

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My favorite sentence I wrote this week

March19

Then I heard a “ting” and Kevin, Mickey, and Leo fell off their chairs onto the floor.

“They’re finally done,” said the gladiator, Leo’s screen showed a dragon, Kevin’s screened showed a _____, and Mickey’s screen showed a Chmira. 

“What are those rankings?” asked the gladiator

“Let me see,” said John as he pulled down a chart, “Dragon rank 4, ___ rank _, Chmira rank 7.”

Sassy

March19

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Gracealla. She was nine years old and got EVERYTHING she wanted. Gracealla had a different name she demanded she was called. She wanted to be called Sarah. But make that SAR-AH.

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