Oh no... no 100 word challenge in the holidays you thought? Yea right! The time has come to take this challenge one... step... further... introducing the 100 Word Challenge: Holiday Edition.
This time the challenge is to write a persuasive piece on the topic:
'Kids should get longer holidays'
But wait there's more: While you have 100 words to argue your opinion, so too do your parents (or grandparents) they also must share their side of the debate in 100 words. Who will be more convincing? There's only one way to find out...
Hello again writers! This week I thought I would put a little twist on our 100 word challenge. This week you need to write your 100 word challenge with the help of a family member. You can still write in any style but it must be written by you and a member of your family. The winners will be announced on Fridays assembly due to the end of term. Happy writing!
Welcome everybody to the first ever haiku challenge. Haiku are traditional Japanese poems which are often used to write about the change in seasons. They always have 17 syllables.
Your mission is to write a three line haiku poem about WINTER.
Follow this layout... Line 1: 5 syllables e.g. jack / et / keep / ing / warm
Line 2: 7 syllables e.g. freez / ing / cold / skat / ing / on / ice
Line 3: 5 syllables e.g. gloves / mak / ing / snow / men
Right team, are you ready for Week 8 of our 100 word challenge? This week I have chosen a picture prompt that I have used with a class in the past (some of which you might have been in!). I was really impressed with the enthusiasm they showed and the amazing writing that came from them so I hope I see the same from Team Sprint. Remember to always think about your audience when you are writing and let them hear what you want to say!
Happy writing Sprinters - Rachel