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The narrator was in his bedroom which he shared with his mother.
The bomb exploded up the chimney.
The author added this information to show that the boy knew about bombs. Or, to let the reader know about the different types of bombs there were and what the bomb did when it landed (or exploded).
If you are in the Home Guard, you were trained to know what to do when there was an attack. For example, Ivan and Pud had made sure each room was stuffed with sandbags. Also, Ivan and Pud were able to act quickly when the incendiary bomb landed in their house.
The dry sand kept sliding off so Ivan must have felt a bit worried as what he was doing didn’t appear to be working.
Yes, I think it was dark outside because Ivan was in his pyjamas and the boy telling the story was in his bed. In paragraph 3, it says ‘the night sky was filled with lights’
The author has started the story with this sentence to give the reader an idea of where and when the story takes place. Also, It gives the reader a sense that the boy has been startled or surprised.
The rooms in the house were stuffed with sandbags; The sky was filled with search lights, anti aircraft fire and a bombers’ moon; They had a dug out across the road; The church exploded.
I think the narrator was a child as he speaks about his bed being in the same room as his mother’s bed; His mother grabbing him to get out of the house; His brothers taking charge to put out the fire that the bomb had created.
Thank you to those that have been sharing the work you have been doing at home. It has been really great to hear from you all. From your comments and e-mails, I know that lot of you have been doing some great home learning, but don’t forget to take a picture and send it to me so that I can show it on the blog!
There were a few more Scratch projects that I was really interested in.
51,331 51,391 51,339 51,399 51,831 51,891 51,839 51,899 57,331 57,391 57,339 57,399 57,831 57,891 57,839 57,899 91,331 91,391 91,339 91,399 91,831 91,891 91,839 91,899 97,331 97,391 97,339 97,399 97,831 97,891 97,839 97,899 (If you included numbers that used place holders instead of one of the cards, you would have over 100!)
Good morning KS2! During my time at home, I’ve started doing a little more crafting than usual, as I find it very calming. I might give this finger-knitting a go next week, and I thought you might enjoy it too.
Email me any photos of your creations to 4Ahomelearning@holbeach.lewisham.sch.uk and I can share them on here.
A new website where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied – including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler!), fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more.