New Years Eve

Every one had their party poppers at the ready for the magnificent New Year’s Day. We all counted down … 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…. Boom! Bang! Vigorously I pulled my party popper as the fireworks started to explode and Big Ben began to loudly chime.  It was a new start for all of us. All of our amazed eyes were glued to the colourful TV screen; it was such an awe-inspiring sight. While the fantastic fire works were flying into the smoke filled sky, the vast choir of people started to sing their Christmas carols joyfully, like kind, gentle angels in heaven.

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  1. Ellie W says:

    Wow Lucy I really like this piece of work well done, here are my two stars and a wish!
    *Well done you have really created effect on the reader and you have created a picture in the readers mind.
    *You have used a really good simile and your choice of words is really good (vigorously).
    WISH: You could try some more complex connectives and openers!
    Well done over all though!

  2. Lucy S says:

    Thank you so much I hope we will be doing more 100 wc as I really like them!!!!!

  3. Mrs Stones (Team 100WC) says:

    Hi Lucy,
    You’ve described the excitement of New Year really well in your writing which engages the reader. You’ve used some great vocabulary.
    Keep writing for the 100 Word Challenge and I hope I get to read more of your writing in the future.
    Mrs Stones
    http://bradfordschools.net/blog/miriamlord100wc/

  4. Dear Lucy,

    YOur 100 word challenge really bought to life your new years eve. I really liked the use of the word vigorously and some of the other adjectives you pruposfully chose.

    Well Done.

    Mr Foster – Shrewsbury International School Bangkok
    http://blogs.shrewsbury.ac.th/year4blog/

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