Lots of Year 6 may not all be in School but they were able to share the experience of an early morning sunrise at Brabyns.
Their recent work on ‘expanded noun phrases’ came in very useful as they described the scene.
See below for some of their descriptive phrases:
Please note these are ‘phrases’ not full ‘sentences’, hence the lack of capital letters at the start and punctuation at the end.
LR - ‘brilliantly feathered, lavish sunrise with monumental, slanted trees’
ESt - ‘a peachy, gradiented, fascinating sunrise spread all around the great golden sun’
ESa - ‘the invariant, iridescent, tranquil sunset with picturesque sparks in the ombre sky’
GMM - ‘a colour burst, sand-yellow, danger-red sunrise with long silhouetted trees’
MK - ‘the black, stretched, silhouetted trees with clusters of crooked branches’
LJ - ‘a burst of iridescent, eye-catching colours over the old, dark trees’
KB - ‘a tall, dark-tipped tree with brown roots growing out’
SA - ‘the ravishing, blazing, bittersweet sunrise rising in the distance’
LF - ‘the wondrous, breath-taking, marbled sky with salmon-orange clouds’
HG - ‘the ombre, majestic, eye-catching sunrise through the bare trees’
MG - ‘the beautiful, lovely, bright, iridescent sunrise with lots of amazing colours’
IS - ‘a brush-stroked, iridescent, marbled sunrise with fading silhouette trees’
EW - ‘the dark, grey, oak-brown, glistening trees under a massive BFG’
LJ - ‘the magnificent, eye-catching, glowing sunrise with black silhouettes’
JB - ‘a majestic, beautiful, multicoloured sunset with a blinding gold sun’
CB ‘the glooming, red, gentle sunrise with a calm flash’
OH-E - ‘ the drawing, first blush sunbeams of the morning sunrise over the winter worn trees’