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Task 19
22nd March 2014
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Task 21
3rd April 2014
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Spring is here……..

53 Comments

  1. Aidan steers says:

    Spring is here!

    Spring is in the air,
    Now the trees are covered in leaves like new vibrant green hair.
    Nature has painted the hills,
    As fish come up with their colourful gills.

    People begin to wear shorts and uncover their knees,
    As trees dance in the light breeze.
    Bright flowers are beginning to grow,
    Right in the place of the melted snow.

    The farm comes to life as new lambs are born,
    The frogs are delighted with their new frogspawn.
    Bluebirds and crows return from migration,
    As hedgehogs emerge sleepily from hibernation.

    Butterflies, birds and bees,
    Stretch as far as our eyes could see.
    The lovely smell of emerald green grass,
    Everybody spring is here at last.

  2. Dominic says:

    “Can we go for a walk in the farm?” Asked Harry.
    “In a little while” replied Mum
    So Harry tiptoed into the living room where his old grandad was sitting “BOO!” Screamed Harry . His grandad jumped out of his skin.
    Grandad announce “you scared the living day lights out of me.”
    Harry had a gigantic smile on his face as he ran, leapt and landed on the sofa. Harry’s grandad put the news on the TV. It said there is a prize for the person who catches the most colourful butterfly this Spring. Suddenly his mum called ” spring is here, and the sun is shining, let’s go and see the beautiful butterflies on a venture round the farm.”

    As they strolled around the farm, they could hear the baby chicks tweeting and they admired the lambs bouncing. They grass hedges where cluttered with lemon daffodils and the smell was of sweet blossom on the trees which was falling like snow in the fresh breeze. They could hear so many birds chirping that is sounding much like humming. Yes, spring is here and everything is coming to life. Now, where are the butterflies?

  3. Isla says:

    The Easter Bunny

    Scratch, scratch.
    Snuffle, snuffle.
    A rustle in the undergrowth.
    Shh! Hide an egg here, almost camouflaged.
    Hide an egg there, easy to spot.

    Scratch, scratch.
    Snuffle, snuffle.
    A tail poking out.
    An ear spotted from afar.
    Look! A little girl found his well hidden egg.
    Quickly, she popped it into her basket.

    Scratch, scratch.
    Snuffle, snuffle.
    The animated children go back home,
    After their egg hunting hustle.
    He likes to watch their baskets being filled with his delicious treats.

    Scratch, scratch.
    Snuffle, snuffle.
    Off he bounds into the wood.
    Cotton tail wagging side to side.
    Vaulting over fallen trees.

    Scratch, scratch.
    Snuffle, snuffle.
    Heading to his Summer home.
    Skipping through the Blue Bells.
    He knows he will come again next year.

  4. I ran briskly across my huge garden with flower beds on the side. In the corner of my eye I noticed a butterfly, but not any ordinary one. The butterfly was weight-less. I approached the flowerbed. The sun beamed onto the multi-coloured butterfly. I named it Rainbow because of the magnificent colours shown. I gently held Rainbow and brought her to the shed which I call ‘The lab’

    I had a ginormous shed and on my table was my favourite turquoise microscope. I placed Rainbow in a transparent jar and looked through it, seeing something I had never seen before. The abdomen was a shining ruby red and the antenna was a vibrant violet. Rainbow was striking with colours. Eventually I had to set Rainbow free back into the garden. Off it went so elegantly. I watched Rainbow fly away. As it swooped I noticed some holes dug in the ground. I remembered a few days ago there was only one but now the number had expanded. I asked mum if I could set a tent up in the garden at night in order to find out who or what had created these holes. I was still uncertain whether or not to go because I was scared that an animal would bite me. I decided to go along with the idea as my curiosity got the better of me.
    Mum let me stay in the garden, but only for a few hours. I crawled into the tent leaving it half open, so that I could see what was going on outside. Suddenly a little creature wandered into the garden. It dug a small hole into the ground and advanced towards my tent. I couldn’t make out what it was, but as it got closer I noticed black and white stripes and realised it was a badge. I was just about to catch it, but my mum opened the door to call me in. The badger ran away frightened and I never saw it again.

  5. I ran rapidly across my huge garden with flower beds on the side. In the corner of my eye I noticed a butterfly, but not any ordinary one. The butterfly was weight-less. I approached the flowerbed. The sun beamed onto the multi-coloured butterfly. I named it Rainbow because of the magnificent colours shown. I gently held Rainbow and brought her to the shed which I call ‘The lab’

    I had a ginormous shed and on my table was my favourite turquoise microscope. I placed Rainbow in a transparent jar and looked through it, seeing something I had never seen before. The abdomen was a shining ruby red and the antenna was a vibrant violet. Rainbow was striking with colours. Eventually I had to set Rainbow free back into the garden. Off it went so elegantly. I watched Rainbow fly away. As it swooped I noticed some holes dug in the ground. I remembered a few days ago there was only one but now the number had expanded. I asked mum if I could set a tent up in the garden at night in order to find out who or what had created these holes. I was still uncertain whether or not to go because I was scared that an animal would bite me. I decided to go along with the idea as my curiosity got the better of me.
    Mum let me stay in the garden, but only for a few hours. I crawled into the tent leaving it half open, so that I could see what was going on outside. Suddenly a little creature wandered into the garden. It dug a small hole into the ground and advanced towards my tent. I couldn’t make out what it was, but as it got closer I noticed black and white stripes and realised it was a badge. I was just about to catch it, but my mum opened the door to call me in. The badger ran away frightened and I never saw it again.

  6. Lewa says:

    A moral for spring

    Flowers were consistently blooming everywhere. New offspring were born. Spring also brought joy and delight… but one thing spoiled it.

    It all began when two men planted apple tree seeds. The first man was patient, loving and caring. The second was impatient , rude and arrogant. The first watered his seeds and gave them plenty of sunshine , his seeds gradually grew and it was like a tree planted by the rivers of water. The second man watered his plant too much and gave it too much sunshine. The second man was in a hurry for his plant to grow and wondered why it did not grow. The first man was blessed and had plenty of apples for the spring. The second was left with nothing.

    The moral of the story is patience rewards, but laziness punishes.

  7. Nicola says:

    Rosie Buckle and her family were out in the garden, enjoying the warm sun. Suddenly, her soft voice was drowned by the sound of an engine coming from the fields behind her fence. Rosie’s Dad said “I wonder what’s making that noise?”, and then peered over the fence.

    Dad gasped out loud “That awful farmer Geddes is using his own tractor and putting poison on the crops next door. I think he’s trying to kill the wheat and barley of his neighbour’s farm, so he can make more money”. Rosie’s Dad was a journalist, and so he said “I must put this in the paper tonight’ as it’s important that everyone knows what he’s up to!”. The family thought that was a great idea, and so he grabbed his coat, and rushed to his newspaper to get the story in the evening news.

    That night, Mum bought the paper, and Rosie opened it to find her Dad’s story. Just as she finished the story, she heard the sound of a siren, and ran outside to see two police cars driving quickly by and stopping with a sudden halt outside the field. Four policemen jumped out, and chased farmer Geddes from his tractor.

    The awful noise that had spoilt the peace stopped, and Rosie was able to sit in her garden that evening, and say thanks to her Dad, for saving nature.

  8. The Butterfly
    One sunny Morning, a boy names Josh was sitting indoors playing video games. his mother came up to him and said “you need to go outside!” So he went outside, deep into the forest where the chicks were chirping. On this leaf he saw the flapping of some little wings. He reached out and touched this lovely colourful butterfly, the butterfly flew away peacefully.
    Josh ran back into the house, shouting to mum “can I get a butterfly for me?” His mother said, “will you look after it by yourself?” “Yes, I will!” Exclaimed Josh. So the next day he got some caterpillars from some guy.
    1 week later they became beautiful butterflies!

  9. The Butterfly
    One sunny Morning, a boy named Josh was sitting indoors playing video games. His mother came up to him and said “You need to go outside!” So he went outside, deep into the forest where the chicks were chirping. On this leaf he saw the flapping of some little wings. He reached out and touched this lovely colourful butterfly, the butterfly flew away peacefully.
    Josh ran back into the house, shouting to mum “can I get a butterfly for me?” His mother said, “will you look after it by yourself?” “Yes, I will!” Exclaimed Josh. So the next day he got some caterpillars from some guy.
    1 week later they became beautiful butterflies!

  10. Grace says:

    Spring is here!

    Winter has gone,
    Spring is near,
    Spring has arrived,
    She’s finally here!

    Beautiful, blossoming flowers,
    Finally start growing,
    The sun is lovely,
    Suddenly the snow starts lowering.

    O beautiful, golden coin,
    Who makes the earth lighten,
    Its appearance is amazing,
    Just watch how it brightens!

    Butterfly, butterfly,
    Near to the sky,
    It stretches it wings,
    Oh, look how it flies!

    When it’s on the ground,
    Waiting for the right moment of flight,
    It doesn’t wait for a chance,
    It pushes with all its might.

    Patterned, delicate wings,
    Hovering in the air,
    Fantastic flyer loving the sunshine,
    It won its rest fair and square!

    O giver of nature,
    I bow to thee,
    My surroundings are wonderful,
    Especially the trees.

    Spring is here,
    I repeat: Spring is here,
    Tell it to everyone,
    For all to hear.

    When spring is coming to an end,
    When her beauty comes to a close,
    I always remember,
    The glistening grass between my toes.

  11. Bolu says:

    The princess and the Butterfly

    One early spring morning, princess Lucy was painting a picture of a daffodil when a beautiful butterfly (that was red with black spots all over) landed on her finger tip. Lucy instantly fell in love with the butterfly’s beauty. She took it inside and made a butterfly cage for it. She even named the butterfly Pretty because the butterfly was so beautiful.

    Every single day, Lucy played with Pretty. Lucy loved painting pictures of Pretty and loved having a pet that she could talk to. One day, Lucy was playing with Pretty but suddenly, an ugly, old witch with a green face appeared from the bushes and caught Pretty with a net.

    “Give me Pretty back!” bellowed Lucy. “This butterfly is actually a prince that I turned into a butterfly. I thought it would die because a butterfly is to fragile to live for a long time. Now that it is alive I must kill it.” said the evil witch. “Why do you want Pretty anyway?” questioned Lucy. “I want the butterfly prince because two years ago, I was the princes’ servant . I asked to have a bigger pay cheque but he said no. That is why he must die!” answered the witch. “Please do not kill him, he is my only friend!” begged Lucy. “To late I am going to kill him, ” said the witch. As quick as a flash, the witch took Pretty away to her castle to kill him. Lucy was so upset. She cried so much that she could have cried a river. Should Lucy make another friend?….. Or should Lucy look for the witch and get Pretty back before it is to late?……

  12. Spring is here!
    “Get off that X-Box!” Shouted Josh’s mother. “It’s spring, you should be playing outside like the McCarthy family next door!” Josh called back,
    “Alright Mum, but only for half an hour! I’ve almost defeated The Boss!”
    “Fine!”
    Josh went out with his mum to their closest park, which was Holland Park. Josh hated this park because in the sandpit there were loads of babies screaming and you could hear it from miles away. So this time Josh decided to go somewhere far away from the sandpit, somewhere he had never been before. He came across some boys that he knew so asked if he could join them.
    He followed them off into the woods and saw with horror what they were up to! In a pile, in a clearing were the tiny gooey severed wings of butterflies. Josh felt anger welling inside him. As he was handed a tiny fluttering insect, the boys dared him and chanted “do it, do it!”
    Josh threw his hands in the air, allowing the butterfly it’s freedom, and made a run for it. With the Gang of murderers at his heels Josh headed for the sanctuary of the Mums’ Coffee house refuge.
    Of course the boys denied Josh’s accusations, but the evidence was still there, when he took the mums to show them.
    The mums were as shocked as Josh had been.
    “They will probably have their wings clipped, when they get home!” said Josh’s mum as she bought him a celebratory ice cream. Josh looked questioningly at his mum, but they both laughed at the thought!

  13. Thomas says:

    The first day of Spring.

    As soon as I awoke, I was greeted by the cheerful chirping of the Bluebirds, which are ubiquitos in our local area. An ecstatic feeling overcame me, when I remembered that it was the first day of Spring, because I always go to visit the countryside on this day. I opened my window and was relaxed once the whistling wind hit my face, as I hadn’t been able to do this before, as it was snowy outside. My mum called me down for breakfast, and then a sweet aroma of pancakes hit me. I grinned.

    After finishing my delightful breakfast, I heaved my heavy paraphenalia into the boot of our Mercedes Benz, then departed. The journey was everlasting but I spent the time by gazing out of my window. I saw many cars, however I saw eighteen Lambourghinis! That’s the quorum amount required for a football squad. Eventually, we reached our destination and began to swiftly unpack our belongings. I assisted in putting the tent up, then I went exploring.

    I wasn’t exploring for very long, before I began to notice that the sun was setting, so I decided to head back to camp, have a light feast and then I went to sleep. I was disappointed, as I didn’t get to scrutinize the landscape much, but I enjoyed the first day of Spring.

  14. Lizzie says:

    SPRING IS HERE
    Butterflies dance, and flowers bloom,
    A caterpillar sleeps in his cocoon.
    Golden grass sways,
    Longer days.
    Water ripples in different ways.
    Sunshine smiling,
    Children climbing,
    Lambs frolicking but never tiring.

    I reach out my hand to touch the wing,
    Of a butterfly lying in the sun of spring.
    Busy bees,
    Rocking trees,
    My hair flowing in the breeze.
    An egg search,
    A bird perch,
    Dew drops as silver as birch.

    Hedgehogs slowly emerging from their den,
    Hibernation’s over and they’re awake again.
    Family strolls,
    Baby foals,
    Crumbled mud from mole holes.
    Shiny and bright,
    A silver Light,
    Like a star to shine at night.

    I wait and finally absorb the spring,
    Because I love it more than anything!

  15. Oscar says:

    An Unexpected butterfly

    It was the first day of spring and I was reluctantly getting ready for school. Suddenly there was an unexpected knock on the whitewashed oak door.

    “Get the door please!” my mum screamed from upstairs. So I stepped out of the boot room and trod across the hallway with no patience, reached out for the bronze door knob and slowly, millimetre by millimetre opened the door, letting the fresh spring air in.

    There right in front of my eyes stood a colossal beast. I slammed the door shut, then opened it again. My eyes were telling the truth, there was a giant butterfly…

    I walked out standing next to it and stood frozen to the ground, terrified. Its giant fuzzy head creepily turned to look my way, with its massive blue eyes staring at me. The head came closer and its mouth opened.

    “Squeak.” Its mouth opened only to squeak whilst its head was still coming closer. Suddenly it touched me and rubbed against my top. It was like taking the softest feather and rubbing it on you, as soft as a cloud. I climbed on to its back forgetting my earlier fear. The colourful wings started flapping in the breeze and soon we were off, up into the sky to heaven and back.

  16. One hot morning, in the peaceful park, there flew a butterfly in the shadows under a drooping willow. It flew up and up but as it got higher and higher BANG THUD CRACK the butterfly got caught in the tree.

    Luckily, there was a friend of the butterfly and it tried to help but its wings broke and it could no longer fly. Sooner or later the butterfly fell so the friend tried to catch him but the wings broke even more and were no longer symmetrical. The butterfly didn’t want it’s brown and white wings to be off his body. About 5 10 mins later the two butterfly’s heard a thumping noise thump thump getting louder and closer and there in front of them was a …

    … stomper ( humans how butterfly’s call them) . It raged towards them so they tried to fly away but the friend got sat on and squashed so the butterfly tried again to fly but it was no use it’s wings were completely damaged. He tried to run but couldn’t because he never had.

    In a matter of seconds the stomper sat on the butterfly and squish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Peter says:

    Butterfly garden

    I was in my uncle’s garden on a midsummer’s day dallying with the sweet smelling flowers in the patio by the thick, thorny bushes. When I lay back my head against the green grass and stared up towards the clouds and noticed a beautiful, orange butterfly flutter into the heart of the thorn bush. The butterfly glanced around suspiciously, so I dived back behind the tree in fright it might spot me.

    Suddenly the butterfly fluttered away to go back where he came from, though as he flew past I dived and caught the pretty butterfly. I noticed after that the house was larger than ever and I seemed to shrink to the size of ant, I panicked, worrying that no one will ever find me. I was so small after a few minutes that I would be thrown off my feet when a beetle took a step. I ventured through the grass searching for the pretty butterfly, when I was amazed by a sudden shock from seeing the butterfly soar past and sprinkled some dust all over me, covering me with dirt.

    The next thing I knew my body was rapidly growing to my normal size and there was no sign of the butterfly. I spent the rest of the day closing my eyes hoping nothing will happen. But when I woke up, you’ll never guess what I saw.

  18. SNAP! SNAP! SNAP!” I was getting shots of the rarest creature in the world, the Dragon Butterfly, it was a lovely warm, sunny Spring day with a gentle spring breeze, the birds were cherubs whistling their beautiful tune, the grass swayed to the tune, the trees lightly rustled their leaves.
    The Dragon Butterfly was sapphire blue with writhes of pearl white, flashes of sparkling ruby red fire patterns and, if you were lucky again that this stunning creature were to open its wings , you would be stunned, rooted to the spot because what you would see was a whirl of multicoloured swirls and now I actually had the chance of seeing it! Now that is what you call LUCK!!!!
    Soon as start becomes finish, though, morning became afternoon, then evening. A cloak of rich orange, red and yellow was being hauled across the sky.
    Suddenly, like a silent aeroplane going at top speed (400 m/ph) but faster, a bird as elegant as a swan, as graceful as a ballet dancer, sailed by and snapped up the poor butterfly. Where was the butterfly? For a moment I was stunned, then, soon as I recovered, I realised that the bird had snapped it up, I looked left, right, up, down, were was that crafty little bird? I was fuming, I almost wished it would get shot, but I love nature too much to wish that. At least I had pictures of it to remember.

  19. Amaan says:

    The birds soaring in the breeze
    leaves blowing of the trees
    all light
    and all bright

    everyone enjoying
    and the owl crying
    ” twit twhoo ”
    i hope you like it too

    butterflies fluttering
    and ladybirds flying
    children dancing
    and lambs prancing

    strawberries and plums
    oh we are so dumb
    for not liking spring
    spring is an awesome thing

  20. Tomi says:

    SPRING HAS COME!

    Spring has come,
    Time to hum.
    When people hear,
    They cry with cheer.

    When people come,
    Some will be glum.
    If you are here,
    We all will cheer.

    I look around,
    And what I do see,
    Spring is here,
    Setting nature free.

    The flowers are now smiling,
    And the grass is green,
    The birds in the sky,
    In flocks are now seen.

    The berries are orange,
    The blossom is green,
    The world has discovered,
    A magnificent dream.

  21. Archie says:

    Spring is here

    Good-bye the ghostly mist of winter,
    Hello sunny and sweet spring.

    Tropical coloured butterflies gracefully glide in the shining sun,
    Dozy hedgehogs emerge from their cosy hibernaculums.

    Multi-tasking squirrels scurry up and down the shaded oak tree countless times,
    Excitable frogs hop around the muddy marshes.

    Emerald dragonflies buzz about the crystal clear waters of the gushing brook,
    Relaxed fish slowly swish and dive in the fresh stream.

    All these wonderful events of nature are fascinating to me,
    Spring is such a creative sight for us all to see.

  22. “SNAP! SNAP! SNAP!” I was taking shots of the rarest creature in the world, the Dragon Butterfly, it was a lovely warm, sunny day with a gentle spring breeze, the birds were cherubs whistling their beautiful tune, the lush grass swayed to the it, the trees lightly rustled their leaves and white wisps of cotton wool drifted lightly across the sky.
    The Dragon Butterfly was sapphire blue with writhes of pearl white, flashes of sparkling ruby red fire patterns and, if you were lucky again that this stunning creature were to open its wings , you would be stunned, rooted to the spot because what you would see was a whirl of multicoloured swirls and now I actually had the chance of seeing it! Now that is what you call LUCK!!!!
    Soon as start becomes finish, though, morning became afternoon, then evening. A cloak of rich orange, red and yellow was being hauled across the sky.
    Suddenly, like a silent aeroplane going at top speed but faster, a bird as elegant as a swan, as graceful as a ballet dancer, sailed by and snapped up the poor butterfly. Where was the butterfly? For a moment I was stunned, then, soon as I recovered, I realised that the bird had snapped it up, I looked left, right, up, down, were was that crafty little bird? I was fuming, I almost wished it would get shot, but I love nature too much to wish that. At least I had pictures of it the butterfly to remember.

  23. Isobel Allan says:

    Butterfly
    It was a spring morning and a boy called James had an immense adventure he’d never forget.
    “Could it be?” he questioned himself “No, it can’t be, i am imagining it.” He pinched himself as hard as possible, but nothing happened. He glanced up again, it was a gigantic, no, vast butterfly. The biggest one he had ever seen. It had intricate patterns on its wings, while its ruby red body stood out from the forest foliage.
    It landed on a tree, being so hefty it made the branches sag and bend; the boughs groaning under the strain. James decided to do something, something that he’d never had the chance to do and that was to touch it. As he leant forward, his hands were trembling with anxiety. He took a deep breath and sternly said outloud “Come on James, yoi can do this!” he carried on leaning further and stroked the butterfly’s wing. It felt silky, the enlarged hairs were as soft as a kittens belly. He had done it! He closed his eyes with relief that nothing had happened to him or the butterfly.
    All of a sudden, POOF! A puff of smoke erupted from the ground. The smoke cleared away and James saw a small child standing where the butterfly had been. Looking out from a shaggy blonde mop of hair, the boy profusely thanked James.
    “Your touch released me from that spell!”

  24. James says:

    SPRING

    Spring a day of warmth to play all day the sun as hot as fire.

    Patched butterflies hovering over the colourful plants.

    Running and leaping the petite lambs dash over to shade.

    In the night every animal goes to sleep for another exciting day to come.

    No one, not even the mother will disturb the lamb whist they are having enormous fun.

    Going to the shelter to have some rest, it will wake up in the morning refreshed.

  25. rosie says:

    Spring Is Near

    The luke-warm breeze and the wonderful flowers,
    The earthy smell fresh from sudden showers,
    All that is here
    Tells us that spring is coming near.

    The bright, joyous sun in the sky,
    And the wafting scent of natural perfume,
    All that is here,
    Tells us that spring is nearly here.

    So many creatures are crawling eagerly about
    From the big hibernating hedgehog to the small woodland louse,
    All that is here,
    Tells us that spring is almost near.

    From the beautiful butterflies
    To the ‘baa’ of new-born lambs,
    To me its quite clear,
    That spring is finally here.

  26. An indoor person

    Jim was awfully exited about the holiday. He was just going to play video games eat crisps and drink fizzy drinks. Although his dad didn’t like him doing that he couldn’t stop Jim. So his dad came up with an evil plan to get him outside with nature. So when Jim was at the store buying a brand new game dad locked all the doors closed the windows and drew the curtains. So when Jim got back he couldn’t see or get in the house so Jim spent a hour outside. When dad opened the door and said “You can come in” Jim replied “No thanks I want to stay out here” dad smiled and felt he had accomplished something and smiled at Jim, Jim smiled back.

    The End

  27. Sasha says:

    The March wind fluttered flittly in the air around us. It was as if it had blown Winter out of sight. Spring time had arrived, bringing with it bird choirs and butterflies. Gloomy faces, which had been covered under black and grey anoracs had peeped out with smiles as cheerful as the sun itself. If you looked around, all you can see is green, forests of green with the occasional blue or red flowers which had greeted Spring early.
    This all looked so attractive that I decided to drag my wellies on (as it was still wet) and go outside. Everything looked welcoming in the bright sunshine but it was quite chilly. All the plants had drops of dew hanging from them. It looked like they were wearing earrings. A butterfly flew past. It’s body was covered in black and white spots. It landed on a stem in the grass.
    I don’t think it noticed as I reached out my hand. It sat placid; undisturbed at what was going on. At the minute I touched it soft wings it shot off at the speed of lightning into the air.

  28. Chris says:

    Spring is here,
    Everybody has awaked including the bear.
    The beautiful butterflies will flap along,
    And the birds will sing their tuneful song.

    The luminous flowers have finally shown,
    Creating a blazing carpet that was once a deserted zone.
    The fresh morning sun visits us every day,
    Making smiley faces all around its way.

    This is the time of year where Easter is celebrated,
    From chocolate eggs to bunnies everything is decorated.
    How lovely it is to be outside,
    How boring it is to stay in the inside.

  29. Niobe Waldron says:

    Spring is here!

    Spring has come.
    Good-bye winter,
    good-bye Santa’s sleigh.
    Hello Easter Bunny,
    hello chocolate eggs.

    Spring has come.
    All the people cheer!
    Time to sing that spring is here.

    We watch the pretty flowers bloom.
    The grass begins to grow.
    Butterflies flap their attractive wings,
    birds tweet a joyous tune.

    The time has come.
    Now we can eat,
    berries, apples ,
    sweets and treats.

    I am so glad that spring is here.
    Now we can all cheer and cheer!

  30. Miruna says:

    Spring is here!
    Flabbergasting flowers start to bloom
    Your garden starts to brighten.
    Then Mother Nature should wake up soon,
    And then the days will lighten.
    Vegetables and fruit which were planted,
    Start making little shoots.
    The warmth of the sun is enchanted,
    To their little roots.
    Insects and bees start to appear,
    Some pollinate flowers.
    Children start to cheer,
    And bees are using their nature powers.

  31. Ipshita says:

    It was a beautiful sunny day with the trees bursting with blossoms, as well as the symphony of song of birds. As you walked in the fresh scented carpet of bluebells. The bluebells were flung wafts of perfume into the air. The clouds drifted in the sky like puffed up cotton balls. The squirrels scampered up the trees, the graceful white swans stretched out as the world awoke from darkness to vibrant colours.

    Grass was a lush green carpet filled with daffodils. As the river twinkled from the fresh morning sun’s reflections. The farm awaked as the cute lambs and calves come out in daylight. The crispy, rub, amber, Orange yellow leaves on the ground crunch as the children run over them. Hidden in the branches, the open anxious beaks of sparrows pushed their way out of their twiggy nests. It was as if overnight night had painted the hills red, yellows and green; sprinkled tiny diamonds on the river to shimmer, as the colourful flowers swayed and danced with the sun.

    Braken and ferns unfurled and stretched. Creepers crawled out of the hiding in search of sun. Crocuses smiled their greeting and tulips waved as they pushed their way towards the Sun. The colours of spring shouted and sang- rubies, emeralds, sapphires and opals! The ground erupted with emerald shoots, woken from their wintry slumber. People were enveloped by the vivid, sparkling treasures of spring. The exotic flowers were like jewels. Spring….the most colourful and happy season is here! So let’s have fun!

  32. Hannah says:

    Spring Poem

    Slowly, days pass before the world becomes enveloped in spring.

    The world is welcomed by wave after wave of the gently nodding heads of daffodils.

    The start of spring is as if yonder hills and fields have been magically painted reds, oranges, greens and blues, ready for the rise of the morning sun.

    Blossoming bluebells decorate the hills.

    After the past freezing winter, children shout and scream whilst having fun.

    Before the world changes and becomes the sizzling summer.

  33. Once upon a time there lived a pretty little girl called Lilly Williams. She lived in a big, fantastic house with her Mum and Dad. Lilly had been on her own without any brothers or sisters for 9 years but now Lillys mum was going to have a new baby boy. Lilly got very angry when she heard the news because she did not want a baby brother because it would wake her up in the night by screaming for it’s Mummy, blankie or milk. On her 10th birthday her mum said she could go to a big beautiful forest for a speshel treat. She set off walking start away but her lovely Mum said “i’ll drive for a birthday treat” so Lilly said “ok”. But soon Lilly notes it wasn’t any old forest it was the big, bad, scary forest. She got out of the big red car she was about to say if she could go back to her nice big house but the car had already gon she screamed for one hour! But sudly she heard a gentle kind rose saying don’t worry you can stay with me because I live here. Then sudsy a beautiful butterfly came out Lilly fell to the flor the butterfly went mooooooooto see if she was alive. Lilly stode up then the butterfly swooshed down to her finger and sat down. The butterfly and Lilly walked down a path and soon they were in a magical land full of other butterflies that could speak she never left her friend again.

  34. Aadya Rao says:

    Spring is Cometh

    The time has come for things to grow.
    What do I see,
    On that very green tree?
    A butterfly having her tea.

    The time has come for flowers to bloom.
    What do I see,
    On that very pretty lily?
    A bee having her tea.

    The time has come for the tide to rise.
    What do I see,
    On the very blue sea?
    A frog having his tea.

    The time has come for me to go.
    What do I see?
    Potatoes and Roast Turkey.
    It’s time for me to have my tea.

  35. Hidden

    I am not normal. Let’s put it this way, at the age of three, my father threw a grenade under the point I was standing. Luckily, it was a special grenade that only went up, and so I stepped away to go and help my step mum Violeah. Therefore, the grenade only severed my leg.

    It was just another day at school- my best friend Anika helping me around, bullies like Honey and Sugar ( I know, totally weird and inappropriate names for such horrible people) torturing and teasing me about being born in Tokyo-when suddenly, a stranger walked onto the playing fields.

    So hi! My name is Jaliah, pronounced: Jar-lee-a, and this is the story of how I first met my mother:

    It was the first day back at school, when a stranger, who looked particularly like myself, casually strolled into the playground. Her glossy lips were parted, as if she was trying to say something. And then she saw me. She went absolutely looney! After she had got her cool back, she speed-walked over until she was positively touching me! It just happened all too suddenly: she pressed her warm, honey smelling self against me, arms wrapped around me in a hug, and whispered “My baby is home!”

    She was even more beautiful up close! Her flawless skin, her perfect teeth, her cascading waterfall of long, jet black hair, just made me think she wanted to whisk me away in a van instead of take care of me for life because of my spotty skin, my wonky, braced up teeth and my wild curl of tangled hair. The only thing that made us both look remotely alike, was our coffee coloured skin, and our black hair.

    Out the school gates we ran, well I went as fast as I could while my newly discovered mum walked along side me. “I found something, something that will take the stress of school away” she said, lowering her voice mysteriously. She pointed to a silver Lamborghini, asked me to get in and revved the roaring engine.

    After about fifteen minutes we came to a halt on the edge of a forest. We cautiously entered the wood, but five minutes into the walk, I tripped over one of my crutches, tumbling into the dark, condensed woodland. Stopping in a clearing, I noticed a butterfly, dead on a thick leaf. My severed leg was throbbing, and I needed something to hold the blood in. So I gingerly picked off the butterfly wings and held them against the cut. Suddenly, I felt overpowered with new strength.

    Spurting out from my stumpy ‘leg’, I grew what I’d always dreamt of since that horrible day.

    Twenty years later:

    I am now a world famous scientist who discovers cures for various diseases. And it was all thanks to my mum.

  36. Sandhana says:

    We lived with the abominable and disagreeable weather ……… You can guess it snow and tons of rain. Me , Ma and Pa huddled near the blazing hot fire [ In our woollen clothes that Ma knitted for us last year!!!! ] listening to the hail stones thundering on the slate roof . It was like a builder hammering a colossal into the ground whilst sipping his tea.
    I heard some very disappointing from the paper boy ” Your aunt Laura is …. dead, She was killed by a brick hitting her on her ‘ead “, he said to me soothly then putting his hand on my heart. I ran to my bedroom heartbroken and cuddled my cuddliest , cutest ,curliest ted I had… Tedybeary.
    It was an hour or so when something glittering , gleaming, golden shone in my eye. I held Tedybeary across my eye to protect my squinting eyes. Just then a graceful butterfly fluttered on Tedybeary who was now sitting peacefully beside me. I scooped the brown and white butterfly in my warm hands.
    I skipped lively downstairs with the creature in my hands thinking “It cant be summe , It just cant!!!” I raced to the garden door and swung it open. It was amazing trees and plants were everywhere .
    “How , how did you do this ? ” I stuttered out .
    The butterfly landed on a leaf and words appeared on it.
    ” Magic……. MAGIC !!!! ” I recited , then looked at the magical butterfly.
    From now on in summer at midday when I go to the bottom of the garden behind some bushes I can see a magical butterfly on a magical leaf.

  37. Juanita says:

    Spring

    Spring is in the air,
    flowers blooming everywhere.
    Eggs hatching, bird’s singing ,
    for it’s almost Easter!
    Green leaves growing on tree’s so fair.

    Spring is in the air,
    the weather is so balmy,
    I can’t feel a breeze in the air.
    Butterfly’s with different colour wings,
    especially green.

    Spring is in the air,
    the sun is shining,
    for summer is almost here.
    The days are getting longer,
    and the leaves are getting greener,
    than miss green’s clothes!
    t

  38. Raiyaan says:

    As the glorious yellow sun ascended up to the ocean-blue sky, the paper-white seagulls glided gracefully through the sweet-smelling air. Deer galloped elegantly passed majestic trees, as their predators nimbly chased after them. Tall, emerald-green blades of grass waved gently in the velvet-soft breeze, and insects crawled lazily along veiny leaves. Darkness had vanished causing owls to sleep, as thick rays of sunshine shone on large fertile fields. Curtains were opened and the magic of the new season poured into all the houses. Spring had arrived!
    As my eyes gradually opened to reveal these wonders of Spring , it suddenly came to me that I had planned for Ravi and Abdul, my closest friends, to come over this morning so we could go on a field trip, to search for interesting creatures. I sprang out of bed and just pulled on random clothes, socks that didn’t even match and ran to the door. Just as I got to the door,they arrived. Although I had managed to get ready on time, I did look rather like a vagabond!
    My friends and I headed towards an open, unused field, and luckily Ravi had brought his microscope with him, so we would be able to look at all the miniature creatures. During our exploration, I suddenly saw, hanging on a tall plant, what appeared to be a cocoon, and much to my surprise, as i inspected it closely , I saw crack lines appear. This made me jump back and right before me, the cocoon hatched and out flew the most exquisitly beautiful butterfly I had ever seen, with a thin, lean body and large expansive wings, which fluttered slightly when I gently tried to touch them. It was all the unique colours that intrigued me the most, consisting of shades of bark-brown and coal-black with interesting patterns. I gazed in wonder and thought Spring was definitely here now…..

  39. joshuaO says:

    I slowly and cautiously entered the jungle ; wild gibbons howled and screeched profusely. The wind whistled gently as if it was trying call me. I wandered on catching glimpses at exotic fruits and flowers ranging from bright red to dark purple. Soon, I came to find a deep lake ,crystal clear,glistening and glittering like a diamond in the sky.The sun was a boiling fireball sending fireballs (8 million degrees Celsius) at the Earth’s surface creating cracks in the ground. The plants withered in the heat. ROAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! all the birds flew out of the trees. All the animals in the jungle froze with fear.All the bees stopped buzzing. All the butterflies stopped fluttering .All the birds stopped singing. I froze. I turned and there I saw it………..

  40. Adam says:

    Spring is here!
    Tulips, crocuses, bluebells and daffodils have roused, thrushes, blackbirds, larks and nightingales are singing and chirping in ecstasy. Green and emerald leaves float in the tranquil atmosphere. Flowers are like piles of jewels. Tremendous trees burst with blue blossoms. Lambs lurching unsteadily on their new, bony legs. Sprinkled tiny diamonds on the peaceful river. Beautiful birds flutter their wonderful wings, rushing to their comfortable nests. Hedgehogs are welcomed by wave after wave of the gently nodding daffodils. Squirrels scamper up the trees to the melody of the songbirds marking their territory. Spring has been miraculous and now let’s see what Summer conceals.

  41. OC says:

    Butterflies dance and shimmer,
    In the golden sun,
    All day long they dance and prance,
    Until the moon goes down,
    Everywhere I turn in the misty fog,
    Spring is here spring is here all day long,
    The glowing pond in the distance,
    Gleaming with frogs,
    Big ones small ones,
    Any entertaining ones,
    Spring is here.

  42. W20- BUTTERFLY

    “SNAP! SNAP! SNAP!” I was taking shots of the rarest creature in the world, the Dragon Butterfly, it was a lovely warm, sunny day with a gentle spring breeze, the birds were cherubs whistling their beautiful tune, the lush grass swayed to it, the trees lightly rustled their leaves and white wisps of cotton wool drifted lightly across the sky.
    The Dragon Butterfly was sapphire blue with writhes of pearl white, flashes of sparkling ruby red fire patterns. If you were lucky enough that this stunning creature were to open its wings, you would be amazed, rooted to the spot because what you would see was a whirl of multi-coloured flashes and twirling patterns and now I actually had the chance of seeing it!
    Soon as start becomes finish, though, morning became afternoon, then evening. A cloak of rich orange, red and yellow was being hauled across the sky.
    Suddenly, like a silent aeroplane going at top speed but faster, a bird as elegant as a swan, as graceful as a ballet dancer, sailed by and snapped up the poor butterfly. Where was the butterfly? For a moment I was stunned, then, soon as I recovered, I realised that the bird had snapped it up, I looked left, right, up, down, were was that crafty little bird? I was fuming, I almost wished it would get shot, but I love nature too much to wish that. At least I had pictures of it the butterfly to remember.

  43. Ksenia says:

    Spring has arrived.
    Vivid butterflies dance in the warm breeze,
    the welcoming sun makes raindrops trickle off the leaves.
    And all I can see is
    green,
    green,
    green.

    A microscopic kingdom beneath me,
    bugs hurrying everywhere
    meeting family and friends.
    And all they can see is
    green,
    green,
    green.

    Blankets of blossom bring memories of winter.
    Birds chirruping every song they know,
    spring showers create rainbows.
    And it is not just,
    green,
    green,
    green.

  44. Adam says:

    Spring is here! Tulips, crocuses, bluebells and daffodils have roused, thrushes, blackbirds, larks and nightingales are singing and chirping in ecstasy. Green and emerald leaves float in the tranquil atmosphere. Flowers are like piles of jewels. Tremendous trees burst with blue blossoms. Lambs lurching unsteadily on their new, bony legs. Sprinkled tiny diamonds on the peaceful river. Beautiful birds flutter their wonderful wings, rushing to their comfortable nests. Hedgehogs are welcomed by wave after wave of the gently nodding daffodils. Squirrels scamper up the trees to the melody of the songbirds marking their territory. Spring has been miraculous and now let’s see what summer conceals.

  45. James Deacon says:

    Green russelling trees shone brightly, colourful flowers glistened in the sunlight. Bees buzzed loudly while collecting nectar from the freshly grown plants: for instance, ferns, roses, daisies.
    Beautiful butterflies flew past the stringing bees. Leaves all brown were no longer visible. Small rabbits came crawling out their holes to find some fresh new food from natures finest.
    All animals in the wild love the start of spring.

  46. David says:

    Spring is here
    It’s running through the air.
    Spring is here
    No more rain going your hair.
    Spring is here
    Time for the fun.
    Spring is here
    No need to put your hair in a bun.
    Spring is here
    Giving a wonderful breeze.
    Spring is here
    Now I’ll defiantly not freeze.

  47. Lakshmi Janipireddy says:

    Spring! Spring!
    At long last my wish of Spring’s arrival has come true. I see clouds dancing, beautiful butterflies gliding. I see my dream has eventually arrived! The pinkness of rare roses makes me cry pools of diamonds. Fantastic flowers sway gently in the cold breeze, from side to side, saying hello and waving to me joyfully. Did he who make thy universe make thee? For I will be proud of the perfect person who invented sensational Spring. Luxury flows through my marvellous mind sending me messages that bring me delight. Crisp white daisies are scattered on the emerald green grass like stars in the twilight. The flower beds where filled with vibrant shades of red, green, orange and pink which gives me an everlasting smile across my face. The pretty butterflies fly around the mesmerising field. Even though, my family hate spring, I love it!! Elegant ladies wear dresses and the material dances in the gentle breeze.
    Spring! Spring! Spring!

  48. Aran says:

    One sunny afternoon my dad and I went to a beautiful farm. The smell of the luscious grass makes you dance like ballerinas! All of the friendly insects nestle zestfully on an attractive flower. If you stroke a brilliant butterfly it will start to flap its wings wonderfully and dance with happiness. In spring, the farm turns into an enchanting paradise!

  49. Sophie says:

    Spring is here,
    Spring is here,
    People drinking sips of beer,
    Here comes the Easter bunny,
    Chocolate eggs in your tummy,
    Bright colours everywhere,
    Happy spirit in the air,
    The chicks are chirping,
    The baby lambs are burping,
    Everyone is happy and glad,
    Nobody is miserable and sad,
    Spring is here,
    Spring is here.

  50. Ira saxena says:

    As elegant as a ballerina, the butterfly frolicked around vivid flowers gracefully. Exquisitely, the butterfly raised her wings – she was a queen. From up above, the sun splashed on the edge of her blazing, beautiful pinions, which were sprouting out of her tawny back, as she fed on her delicious nectar from her powdery flower. Amazingly,the blood red hue of her patterned pinons was scattered around her curved body like a handful of paint_ the spectacular colours were inestimable. Thump,thump! The deep sound of her wings flapping was creating a mini hurricane of petals circling around her. Flattered, she ascended towards the sky as the sun imprinted
    a dark silhouette on the luscious grass.
    The sight was astonishingly ravishing.

  51. Charlie Nicel says:

    In the spring I saw 200,000 flowers awaken from there long slumber; it made the bees chortle with joy! As quick as a flash, I heard Butterflies fly from flower to flower. As I left my tent, I smelt fish from the pond and honey from a big bee hive! Then, I tasted the golden pancakes, which my dad made. After breakfast, I felt the grass as I tumbled down the steep, soft slope before I said goodbye…

  52. Diya Jena says:

    Flowers of all sorts bordered the lush, green fields that acted as a back garden for farmers. Roses, bluebells, daffodils and sunflowers were being pollinated by the millions of bees and butterflies fluttering in the warm air of spring. Suddenly, plants were growing instead of snow falling, and all traces of frost and bitterly cold mornings had disappeared. Newborn lambs were joyously leaping in the green fields and dogs were having many more exciting rabbits to chase. The shining sun let down its arms that helped plants grow, while making all of us sweat in the heat of its rays. The birds that sang from the treetops were as beautifully coloured as a rainbow while dancing from one arm of a tree to another. Green leaves that acted as hair for the trees wooshed and swished as the breeze caught them. Spring had come.

  53. Riya Jena says:

    Spring finally came! After the harsh winter, Emmeline thought it would never come. Quietly, she sneaked out of her room, down the stairs, and out of the front door where she ran along the path to a lush green meadow. It was sunset and bees buzzed around the flowers. The meadow was dotted with flowers of all colours: pink, purple, blue, yellow. She sat in a clearing of the magnificent meadow and watched the vibrant coloured butterflies suck nectar from the flowers.

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