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Writing World 2017-18 Week #7

January6

This week, we return to a part of a sentence. Remember it has to be part of your story with no changes. The prompt is:

the tiger was blocking our escape

Things to consider:

  • Where are you?
  • Who are you with?
  • Why is there a tiger?
  • Why do you need to escape?

Remember all of the rules – you only have 100 words and you must use the prompt somewhere in your writing! Try and make adventurous word choices!

Good luck!

Entry closes: 14/01/18

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“Writing World 2017-18 Week #7”

  1. January 6th, 2018 at 2:37 pm      Reply Evelyn Says:

    Where am I?

    I woke up in the car and it looked like I was at the zoo. My family were just getting out. I rushed to open the car door as I love the zoo. With excitement, we watched the tigers pacing. We were watching them from a room as it was heavily raining cats and dogs. Just as we were leaving, we turned straight into a tiger. The tiger was blocking our escape. Cautiously, we started slowly to move back. There was no other way out!The tiger (who was fierce normally) let us go.

    My life changed forever…


  2. January 6th, 2018 at 6:37 pm      Reply Charlotte Says:

    Hi, I’m Rose, the great explorer; I wish all I get to explore is my office. I remember what still makes me determined to be an explore; its all thanks to my grandad.
    When I was young, he told me about all of his adventures and I fell in love; my favourite one is where my grandad was in a jungle and a great big tiger leapt out of nowhere. He explained how the tiger was blocking their escape. My grandad just got some food with his friend Mark and they needed to deliver it back to a camp. They didn’t know what to do. That’s what Mark thought…


  3. January 9th, 2018 at 6:04 pm      Reply Jasleen Says:

    Dear diary,
    I’m Gabby and I work in a zoo. I love my job but sometimes it gets a bit scary. One time a tiger got took out of it cage. The tiger blocked our escape. Finally the professionals came and led the massive, ginger, stripy tiger back to it’s boring cage. So sometimes I feel scared but now I feel brave. So anyway I have to go; have to return to duties. The monkeys are making so much noise. We also have to feed the parrots. Wish me luck!


  4. January 14th, 2018 at 2:28 pm      Reply Dana Says:

    Where are we? There’s trampled greenery all around us crunching and snapping underfoot as we creep around. We can hear strange noises from above and winged, disfigured creatures swooping down disappearing into the wilderness below. Without warning, the monstrous tangled shrub in front of us began to shiver and shake vigorously. What was in that bush? I thought curiously but then fear started to take over my mind. Something was behind that bush, something with a low menacing growl. As quick as a flash, the tiger was blocking our escape, there’s no way out! What are we going to do?


  5. January 14th, 2018 at 3:29 pm      Reply Evelyn Says:

    Brilliant story Charlotte!


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