Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids - Grandmother's Footsteps
There's no such thing as ghosts
A House on a Lake...
A terrifying tale that actually rhymes! Listen out for some great horror phrases and vocabulary - can we use these in our own stories?
Non-Chronological Reports - Identifying the features, shared writng and editing of a class text about the Mysterious Maya!
The Mystery of Flannen Isle
The Ballad of Flannan Isle
The poem by Wilfred Gibson, regarding the mystery of the three missing lighthouse keepers. Flannan Isle lighthouse is a real place, located far off the coast of Scotland, on an island that forms part of the Seven Sisters.
An Historical Mystery
A real life mystery upon which our poem was based... What happened to the keepers? Watch the video and see what you think...
Flannen Isle - Hotseating as a lighthouse keeper! Do you like our hats?
The Long Walk by George Layton
Freeze framing The Long Walk by George Layton. Can you identify which scenes we are depicting?
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