Thursday, 13 November 2014

Little Red Riding Hood

I have written the story Little Red Riding Hood and i have used describing words. I have used some of my ideas and I have copied some from the story. I think my story is amazing.


Once there lived a girl known as Little Red Riding Hood. She lived with her mother in a cottage by a deep dark spooky forest where the wolf lived. Little Red Riding Hood was a loud to go out to visit her grandmother if she was sick. Little Red Riding Hood was a kind girl. Little Red Riding Hood loved her Grandmother and her Mother. Little Red Riding Hood needed to go to her Grandmothers house. Little Red Riding Hood didn’t listen to her mother. Little Red Riding Hood was walking in the path and a wolf popped out. Little Red Riding Hood knocked on the door of her Grandmothers house. The wolf pretended to be Little Red Riding Hood’s Grandmother. Little Red Riding Hood said, “Grandmother,” Little Red Riding Hood called. “Its me, Little Red Riding Hood. I've come to visit you.”
“How sweet of you.” replied in a voice like Grandmother’s. “Please come in my dear.” Little Red Riding Hood opened the door and stepped inside. “Hello my dear child.” Said the wolf. “Come and sit by my bed.” But as Little Red Riding Hood came closer, she began to stare. “Oh Grandmother.” She said. “What big ears you have.”
“All the better to hear you my dear.” Replied the wolf. “Oh Grandma, what big eyes you have.”
“All the better to see you my dear.” Then Little Red Riding Hood looked even closely. “But Grandma what big teeth you have.”

“All the better to EAT you with my dear.” Said the wolf, and he leaped out of bed to grab her. “HELP, HELP!” Cried Little Red Riding Hood, as she ran out of the cottage with the wolf close behind her. A Wood Cutter heard her cries and ran towards the cottage. The wolf stopped, looked at the Wood Cutter and then fled into the woods. Together, Little Red Riding Hood and the Wood Cutter found Grandmother and set her free. From that day on Grandmother was much more careful about who she invited in and you can be sure that Little Red Riding Hood always did stay on the path.

1 comment:

Mrs Rist said...

I can see that you've been thinking carefully about using describing words in your writing. Well done.