🍂 Autumn Descriptions 🍂

November 05, 2021

In English this week, we have discussed autumn and what the season is like. To begin the week, we went on an autumn walk around the school grounds. We found red berries growing on the trees. On the ground, there were colourful, damp leaves that crunched under our feet. We have learnt about adjectives, noun phrases and similes throughout this week. At the end of the week we wrote an autumn description.

Here are some examples of the noun phrases created this week:

The scarlet, poisonous berries – Beatrice

The cream mushrooms – Willow

The red, round apples – Cailyn

The cream, brown, tiny chestnuts – Austin

The bumpy, orange pumpkin – Sienna L

Here are some examples of the similes created this week:

The conker is a spikey as a hedgehog. – Olivia

The pumpkin is as big as a ball. – Jaide

The conker was as shiny as a mirror. – Malachi

The spider web is as sticky as a lollipop. – Marnie

The conkers are like a puffer fish. – Rhia

Here are some examples of the autumn descriptions created this week:

In autumn the conkers fall from the trees. In autumn the spider webs get soggy. In autumn the acorns start to grow. In autumn the conkers are as shiny as a mirror. In autumn the mushrooms start to grow. In autumn red, round berries grow in the trees. In autumn the leaves start to change colours on the trees. – Teo

The blackberries are very yummy and very sweet. In autumn the leaves fall off the trees and they change colours. The pumpkin is round like an orange. The berries are as shiny as the sun. The mushrooms are squashy. The mushrooms grow in the grass. – Frankie

At the end of the week, we took pride in our work and strived to do our best handwriting for our final copy. The autumn description on leaves will be put on display in our classroom for us to enjoy our hard work!

Here are some examples of final pieces of work: