Task 77
16th December 2014
Task 79
10th January 2015


  1. Holly had to go to the shops with her mum every Friday. As soon as they realised it was a Friday, they would find standing in the middle of the shop!

    “Holly please go and get the Ice-cream,” siad her Mum.
    Holly totally and utterly adored Ice-cream, her life was Ice-cream. She could’nt live without it! .She ran to the section were the Ice-cream lived but in it’s place was her worst nightmare…CARROT’S. She shreaked, then a small assistant ran up to her and so did her mother.

    “The Ice-cream’s gone!” she trembled ,she was so angry she pulled all the Carrot’s onto the floor.
    “Sorry mam but you have to buy all those Carrots.” Said the Shop Assistant.

    When they got home her mum unpacked all the Carrots and moaned.”Now we have to have Carrot’s for breakfast, lunch and dinner!!

  2. Zayd says:

    All About Carrots
    Carrots are a type of root vegetable. They are high in nutrients and are essential for a balanced diet. They are also a one in a five day food.
    Carrots are orange and the bottom of the carrot (taproot) is most commonly eaten, although the greens are sometimes eaten. Carrot seeds were first discovered in Switzerland dating back to 2000–3000 BC.
    Carrots can be stored for several months in the refrigerator or over winter in a moist, cool place. For long term storage, unwashed carrots can be placed in a bucket between layers of sand, a 50/50 mix of sand and wood shavings, or in soil. A temperature range of 32 to 40 °F (0 to 5 °C) is best
    Carrot (raw):
    Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
    Energy 173 kJ (41 kcal)
    9.6 g
    Sugars 4.7 g
    Dietary fiber 2.8 g
    0.24 g
    0.93 g
    Vitamin A equiv.
    lutein zeaxanthin
    (104%) 835 μg
    (77%) 8285 μg
    256 μg
    Thiamine (B1) (6%) 0.066 mg
    Riboflavin (B2) (5%) 0.058 mg
    Niacin (B3) (7%) 0.983 mg
    Pantothenic acid (B5)
    (5%) 0.273 mg
    Vitamin B6 (11%) 0.138 mg
    Folate (B9) (5%) 19 μg
    Vitamin C (7%) 5.9 mg
    Vitamin E (4%) 0.66 mg
    Vitamin K (13%) 13.2 μg
    Calcium (3%) 33 mg
    Iron (2%) 0.3 mg
    Magnesium (3%) 12 mg
    Manganese (7%) 0.143 mg
    Phosphorus (5%) 35 mg
    Potassium (7%) 320 mg
    Sodium (5%) 69 mg
    Zinc (3%) 0.24 mg
    Other constituents
    Fluoride 3.2 µg

  3. Mason Rogers says:

    Describing carrots.

    The body is as orange as the sun!
    The skin is as rough as a cat’s tongue!
    The top is as green as fresh grass just fully grown a day ago!
    Under the body is as smooth as paper.
    The taste is as delicious as chocolate cake.
    The feel when biting it is as hard as steel!
    This text is as good as it can be!
    The end is as solid because it can’t be beaten!

  4. Jeffreyn says:

    Carrots are big like boomeranys and orange like oranges.I love the crunchy carrots because they are delicious.They stamp and clap in our tummies but we make a might clap so that it goes in our mouth.It give us good eyesight n see,eye catching and attractive.unflexible and stiff carrot are long like bananas.

  5. Millie says:

    Carrots-Orange,like butternut squash, however ,rock hard.These long thin sticks are nutritious and also they contain vitamin C. Unsurprisingly,they smell like a freshly cut bowl of succulent vegetables and the tantalising taste is a cut above the rest !The amazing taste tickles your tongue at the first second you put it in your gaping mouth till the moment you digest it.Carrots are atomic tangerine coloured pencils that grow in the ground but don’t produce led.Personally,they are my favourite vegetable no matter if its cooked or not.The only question on my lips though is :Will you try it?

  6. Sofie says:

    Task 78
    The Feast
    The smell of steaming, scrumptious soup drifts in the air as the fantastic feast begins. Broccoli bursting with colour sits on the plate waiting, meanwhile the curious corn squirms over to the gravy. Colourful and diverse vegetables, the colours of a rainbow, await the greedy guests. CRUNCH! go the carrots as the hungry hordes chomp them. Lush green grass grows on the hard-skinned bodies of orange. Succulent juice drips in my mouth as I gobble down the roast chicken.

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