Diary Entries from the Children’s Virtual Writing Club at Wokingham Borough Libraries

Diary Entries from the Children’s Virtual Writing Club at Wokingham Borough Libraries

Last weeks Challenge was create a Diary Entry.

So thank you to children that have submitted the following entries which can be viewed below:

Story of Edward

Once there was a boy and his name was Edward. He woke up in the morning and had cheese sandwich for breakfast and then he went outside. He played basket ball but soon he got bored and went inside. Soon he got hungry and ate chocolate . After he ate chocolate he went upstairs and did some maths. After he did maths he had lunch and enjoyed tomato soup. Then we played the keyboard. After he played the keyboard he watched TV. After that he climbed a tree and then he had dinner. Soon after he went to bed with snuggles and stories. Good bye.

Bhav , Age 7

The new theme is ….

Mythical Beasts – either chose a made up beast or create one to write about.
Describe what it looks like, how it gets about, where it lives, what it likes to eat and what it likes to do in its spare time. Don’t forget to give it a name!

Please e-mail your completed work to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk by Monday May 18, 2020

A selection of the writing pieces will be posted on our Libraries blog and Social Media pages.

Silly Poetry Entries from the Children’s Virtual Writing Club at Wokingham Borough Libraries

Silly Poetry Entries from the Children’s Virtual Writing Club at Wokingham Borough Libraries

Last weeks Challenge was Silly Poetry

So thank you to children that have submitted the following entries which can be viewed below:

Silly Poem by Bhav,

There was a girl called Milly and all her pets were silly,

There was a horse who drives a Porsche

There was a mouse as big as a house and

There was a goat who had a boat

There was a deer who drank beer and

There was a dog as long as a log

There was a giraffe who used to wear a scarf and

There was a goose who ate chocolate mouse

There was a snake who knows how to bake

By Bhav, Aged 7.

The new theme is ….

Write a diary entry – either make up a character to write a diary entry about or write about your day.

Please E-mail your completed work to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk by Monday May 11, 2020

A selection of the writing pieces will be posted on our Libraries blog and Social Media pages.

Virtual Lego Club from Wokingham Borough Libraries

🔊 LEGO CLUBS 🔊

We love our Lego clubs in Wokingham Borough Libraries and every week we see lots of you being amazingly creative. We would like you to post your LEGO builds on our weekly themes in the comments.

This week’s theme is “Pirates”, so get building Lego builders 👷

You can email your creations to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk or post on our Facebook page by April 28, 2020.

A selection of builds will then be posted on our Social Media pages. (Builds must be posted by your parent/carer and be your own work). #lego #legoclub #libraries

Children’s Virtual Writing Club Entries from Wokingham Borough Libraries

Children’s Virtual Writing Club Entries from Wokingham Borough Libraries

Last weeks Challenge was “Write a poem about Easter try to include some of the following words: eggs, rabbits, and of course chocolate!

So thank you to children that have submitted the following entries which can be viewed below:

Esha Age 6 for her Poems about Easter

I like chocolate eggs,
When I eat them I pick up a pegs,
Small fluffy white rabbit,
Clipping clothes using pegs is my habit,

In Easter the Easter bunny comes,                                                                                                You will sometimes hear her beautiful humm’s!

Ewan aged 11

  • Easter Eggs
  • Are
  • Super
  • Tasty
  • Eggs filled with chocolate, cream and caramel but
  • Remember

 

  • Best to hide your eggs,
  • Under your bed, but
  • Never forget they are there, or they will
  • Not be chocolate eggs but warm chocolate goo!
  • Yummy! ( Not!)

The new theme is ….

The World of Make believe – Let’s get creative and can you make up a story about a magical land and its people. No more than 500 words.

Please e-mail your completed work to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk by Monday April 27, 2020

A selection of the writing pieces will be posted on our Libraries blog and Social Media pages.

Easter Animal Creations from Lego Club at Wokingham Borough Libraries

Thanks to everyone who sent in their  fantastic Lego creations inspired by Easter Animals!

We love our Lego clubs in Wokingham Borough Libraries and every week we see lots of you being amazingly creative.

We would like you to post your LEGO builds on our weekly themes!
This week’s theme is “Pirates”, so get building Lego builders!

A selection of builds will then be posted on our Social Media pages.

Builds must be posted by your parent/carer and be your own work or email into libraries@wokingham.gov.uk by April 28, 2020

Easter Creations from Lego Club at Wokingham Borough Libraries

Thanks to everyone who sent in their  fantastic Lego creations inspired by Easter Eggs!

We love our Lego clubs in Wokingham Borough Libraries and every week we see lots of you being amazingly creative.

We would like you to post your LEGO builds on our weekly themes!
This week’s theme is “Easter EggsEaster Animals – Bunny or Chick”, so get building Lego builders!

A selection of builds will then be posted on our Social Media pages.

Builds must be posted by your parent/carer and be your own work or email into libraries@wokingham.gov.uk by April 22, 2020

Virtual Lego Club from Wokingham Borough Libraries

🔊 LEGO CLUBS 🔊

We love our Lego clubs in Wokingham Borough Libraries and every week we see lots of you being amazingly creative. We would like you to post your LEGO builds on our weekly themes in the comments.

This week’s theme is “Easter Animals – Bunny or Chick”, so get building Lego builders 👷

You can email your creations to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk or post on our Facebook page by April 21, 2020.

A selection of builds will then be posted on our Social Media pages. (Builds must be posted by your parent/carer and be your own work). #lego #legoclub #libraries Love Wokingham Wokingham Borough Council

Children’s Virtual Writing Club from Wokingham Borough Libraries

Children’s Virtual Writing Club from Wokingham Borough Libraries

Why not try one of our weekly writing challenges for children.

This week’s theme is ….

Write a poem about Easter try to include some of the following words: eggs, rabbits, and of course chocolate!

Please E-mail your completed work to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk by Monday April 13, 2020

A selection of the writing pieces will be posted on our Libraries blog and Social Media pages.