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The Paper dolls. By Polly

Saturday 9th March | 4 comments
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There once was a kind girl who made some paper dolls. They were Jasmine,Polly,Chloe,Meghan,Izzy,Dhaya,Amalia,Mum,Dad,Honeymk and Ben with the cool top. They went into some ones house and they played with toys and they met a child who was ANGRY and said “Im going to get you!” in a very mean voice.

But the paper dolls said  ‘Oh no’no’no you can’t catch us we’re holding hands and we wont let go! We’re Jasmine,Polly,Chloe,Meghan,Izzy,Dhaya,Amalia,Mum,Dad,Honeymk and Ben with the cool top” And they played maththletics, played Scrrable and went to read. They went off and they played Scrabble again and they met a girls Mum. Who said ‘Im going to get my husband and tell him to catch you!” And she screamed!

But the paper dolls sang “Oh no’no’no! You stop! We’re  holding hands and we won’t let go! We’re Jasmine,Polly,Chloe,Meghan,Izzy,Dhaya,Amalia,Mum,Dad,Honeymk and Ben with the cool top!” And they screamed at her!

Next they pretended to be characters from Horrid Henry but when Honeymk turned round they met a massive giant human who said’Im going to chop you up for good!”And he did!

The little girl cried. But the paper dolls flew into her memory where she kept all her other special things. She remembered her Hello Kitty hair brush and herclips,books,fairies,recorder and her piano.

She grew up and had her own child. He was a boy and she taught him how to make paper dolls and he named them Mum, Dad, Elliot, Ben and Bailey with the cool top!

4 responses to “The Paper dolls. By Polly”

  1. Polly says:

    Thank you Mrs Fisher for putting a comment on my paper dolls story.

  2. Polly says:

    Thank you Bailey for putting a comment on my paper dolls story!

  3. Bailey says:

    Well done Polly for writing this story based on the Julia Doaldson book, The Paper Dolls.

  4. janefisher says:

    Well done Polly for writing this story based on the Julia Donaldson book, The Paper Dolls. You have used speech marks to show the words that are being spoken, also exclamations and commas. You also remembered to use capital letters for all the names. Next time you could think about adding some more details to engage the reader, for instance instead of ‘someone’s house’ you might say whose house it was.

    You have worked really hard, staying in some lunchtimes to finish writing the story and to get it typed onto the blog – so very well done, from Mrs Fisher 🙂

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