Did you guess last week’s riddle? What occurs once in a lifetime, twice in a moment, but never in one hundred years? (answer: the letter m)
Activity 1 Word warm up: How many words can you make in 5 minutes using the letters of the word celebration? You can use each letter only once (except the letter e which appears twice). What is the longest word you made?
Activity 2: This is the last primary writing club for a while so let’s plan a party!
- Where will you hold it? Use your imagination; it could be anywhere in the world.
- Draw the clothes or costume you will wear.
- Who will you invite? (friends, celebrities, fictional or historical characters are all welcome)
- What will be on the menu?
- What games will you play?
- What music will you dance to?
Now write the invitation!
Activity 3: Everything is ready for your amazing party. The guests arrive. Everything is going brilliantly. Then something unexpected happens (is it something which makes it even more special or is it a disaster?). Continue the story of your party:
I looked around at everyone enjoying themselves. Some were tucking into the delicious food, some were chatting to their fellow guests, others were dancing and singing, having a great time. Suddenly ….
.Activity 4: After a party, everything needs to be tidied up and put away. Are you good at that? This is a special cupboard – it reminds me of one at The Writers’ Block. What does this cupboard hold? Are there lots of compartments? Describe and/or draw the contents of this unusual piece of furniture.
I hope you keep well and happy through the summer. Keep writing, and goodbye for now!