Grade 5 Readers and Writers

Making Time to Read & Write Every Day

My Favorite Sentence I Wrote

March10

Sunshine

By Kai CG

 

Prologue

Once upon a time, there was a little girl. Her name was Maliana (Mal for short). She was 6 years old. She lived in a small house near Evergreen. Evergreen was a kingdom on a planet called Marflmania. Marflmania was ruled by Mal’s best friend. 

Mal’s friend’s name was Queen Charlotte.

Chapter 1: Sunny

When Maliana woke up, the sun was shining through the window. She got dressed and slid down the banister.

“Good morning, Mal!” Mal’s mom said. 

“Morning Mom!” Mal replied.

“What’s for breakfast?”

“French Toast.”

Mal grinned, “My favorite! Can I play in the sunshine after breakfast?” 

“Sure, sweetie.” Mal’s mom replied.

Chapter 2: Storm

After breakfast, Mal dashed outside. She grinned when she saw the beautiful sun. 

“This is how I like my days!” 

Suddenly, the sun disappeared behind some angry clouds. It started to rain, and lightning forked through the sky. Thunder boomed and the sun hid, like the ground on a snowy day.

“Maliana! Come inside!” Mal’s mom yelled. 

But her call was lost in the wind. Mal’s mom closed and locked the door, thinking Mal was inside.

“Mom! I’m not inside!” Mal shouted. 

But her mom couldn’t hear her. 

Mal found a fallen branch and some moss. Looking around, she found several branches. She made them into a tent and draped the moss 

on top. Now she had a tent! Mal crawled into the tent to wait out the storm.

 

Chapter 3: Rainbow

After what seemed like hours, the storm finally calmed down. 

Mal crawled out of the makeshift tent and dashed to her house. She tested the door and found it was locked. She knocked on the door, and her mom answered it.

“Maliana! You worried me!” She said sternly.

“Mom, you locked me outside,” Mal groaned.

“Sorry.”

“That’s ok, look at the sky!” Mal said.

They both looked at the sky and a rainbow made the sky more colorful than ever before.

 

THE END

Email will not be published

Website example

Your Comment:


Skip to toolbar