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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Neville the Nasty Rat in Room 5!

We have had a nasty, unwanted visitor to our room this week! 
He walked in through the side door and waltzed right into our class while we were working. 

We called him Neville the naughty rat.

After days of eaten glue sticks, missing headphones, chewed pencils and chomped whiteboard pens, Mrs Ericsson spotted him in the corner of our room. It was time to take action. 

Mrs Ericsson decided to call in the Rat team consisting of Mr Bloor, Mrs Auld, Mrs Symes and Mrs Ericsson. We went outside to play.

We armed ourselves and with a few squeals and screams of excitement we no longer have an unwanted rat in our room.

Well done Team Rat!

We decided to write poetry to share our excitement of having this 
wonderfully, crazy, unwanted guest in our room. 

These are our cinquain poems.

Each poem must contain:
2 syallbles
4 syllables
6 syllables
8 syllables
2 syllables

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  1. Bad rat he got killed by two base ball bats
    Thanks Caris Bradford

  2. That was a really bad rat yuck I did not like the nasty rat not nice scared me eat something in side the class room.
    From regan

  3. Its good that the rat is gone I hate rats so thank god for that I was saved