Local residents raising funds to save their library! The venture is not only extraordinary, but deserves to be told in an unparalleled manner.
The write-up below by a Year 5 student showcases her talent right at the outset with an intriguing title. The introductory paragraph discloses what has been the source of the entire funds-raising drive. This following middle paragraph establishes the background to the closure and reopening of the library. Each of the rescue endeavours are mentioned systematically; while, the write-up throughout is studded with realistic instances of direct speech. Finally, the happy culmination talks about the consequences of the library being saved for the fortunate saviours.
It is natural for a kid to set a store by his beloved toy received from mom, dad, grandparents or a buddy. However, the write-up below really stands out due to the child's genuine expressions of what he feels about his special present and how he experiences it.
How well would we describe the wonderful amusement park we visited last week? Well, whatever our review be, this child’s is certainly a well-thought out one. From all rides, recreations, cuisines and ambience, to location, tickets, amenities and staff traits, the young author covers all the fascinating facets as well as the hard core details about the holiday destination, in one go.
Personal touch is strongly felt. There’s precision and honesty in all the opinions shared. From a brief introduction to a detailed delineation, you see a systematic progress through the course of the write-up.
All in all, the rating is presented wisely, taking into picture all that makes the venue perfect for a getaway.
A complaint letter to the local council. It’s a detailed explication of the social, health, hygiene related or other hazards that residents of a community are constantly encountering. The writer represents the voice of the citizens. Let’s see how this young child from year 5 has agreeably accomplished all and more of this.
The piece is framed in the proper format befitting a formal letter. It begins with a clear statement of all the hazards being struggled with and goes on with a thorough discussion. To achieve the purpose, the author has utilized a number of tools - compelling vocabulary, effective similes and persuasive rhetorical questions.
Overall, the letter addresses the authorities suitably, gives them sufficient time to administer to the problems and seeks hope in their resolution.
The below description of a chair in a waiting room stands out for some of its unique qualities. The young 5 year author starts off with the chair’s candid assertions about its appearance, the look and feel of the airport waiting area and its amusing opinions about the different people it has to deal with on a daily basis. The choice of making the chair the first person narrator is commendable.
Outstanding personifications well balance the descriptive vocabulary used throughout the article. Humour is another amazing hallmark of this piece. In the conclusion, the chair-narrator enters a self-reflective mood making engaging observations about its ‘job’ and life as a whole, which sort of ends the write-up perfectly.
Presenting the next in our series of brilliant student assignments. This one is an informal letter to a cousin with a project in hand about a child’s life in England.
The narrator/author opens desirably by enquiring about (yes, a whole paragraph dedicated to that!) the wellbeing of his cousin and his family. A tone of perfect cordiality between the kin is set right at the start. However, pleasantly, the excitement of the narrator is sustained throughout the write-up, showcasing him as an involved personality.
The second noticeable aspect is the impressive structure – the neat paragraph division of the letter as one shade about life in England is painted after the other.
The child has also been wise in his selection of unique aspects to discuss about his home city. Almost the entire geography of London is covered with the narrator talking about its north, south, east and west. Recreation, education, culture, lifestyle, politics, weather and more about the city are all touched upon, making the write-up a thoroughly engaging one.
Here's the next on our list of well-composed, creatively written articles by our young authors.
The year 6 student has used a surfeit of brilliant expressions, which make the piece thoroughly enjoyable to read through. There's her thoughtful selection of diction along with a hand at creative sentence construction.
Literary devices have been utilized with a finesse, and spread richly throughout the narrative.
The storyline is unique and surely, the piece invites you to keep your attention from start to finish.
We have another young writer's work to share with you today. The author of this piece of writing is not more than ten years old. How many of us can claim to write like this?
The child has very skilfully woven an anecdote and a joke into his description of a friend (Not an easy feat!)
The emphasis clearly is not on the physical characteristics of the subject (friend), typical of most descriptive essays, but on the personality of the friend and the friendship between the author and the said person.
We find almost all types of advanced punctuation from semicolon to ellipsis in this creative work.
We present to you a new weekly feature dedicated to showcasing budding literary talent. These commendable pieces have been handpicked on the basis of ideas and tips discussed on our blog.
The following is a descriptive piece on an animal (Tiger). In this the young writer piques reader curiosity by delaying the introduction of his subject (the tiger) till the end of the paragraph.
The first two paragraphs contain plenty of instances of alliteration.
Note the colourful vocabulary (especially verbs) used for describing the actions of a tiger.