The Deep Dark Secrets About Fairies
Many humans believe that fairies are ravishing, gorgeous and tender. However, they’re wrong this is the truth about fairies and their dark side.
What do they look like?
Interestingly, fairies have yellow, sharp rotten teeth because of the sweets they eat. They look kind and respectful but they have a dark side. Some fairies wear dark grey because they don’t like colour but others wear royal dresses and tutus. Nice fairies have green eyes but the evil fairies have brown or black eyes.
Where do they live?
Fairies are very adaptable creatures, they can live anywhere that tickles their fancy. However, most fairies live in woodland, under castles or enchanted forests. The evil fairies are usually found in deep, dark woodlands or forest kingdoms. Surprisingly, fairies like to hide amongst foliage.
What do they eat?
Interestingly, the evil fairies drink human blood, you have been warned! But the nice fairies enjoy natural foods like pixie pears, mallow fruits and hot, golden toast.
Did you know?
Fairies wings are made of a special material called taffaria. This is an ultra strong, silky transparent material.
The Waterfall Trolls
Once upon a time, there was a family of trolls who lived in a cave in Hawaii. If the family of trolls ever went outside for more than ten seconds they would turn into a waterfall! The trolls names were Bob, Pops and Filadophia. In Hawaii they lived in a rather old cave. Inside the cave, they had a lumpy rock bed each, they had a warm fireplace and a rocky sofa.
The trolls stepped outside for fresh air but just then Bob spotted a human about to fall into a river! Bob shouted ” Look! Someone is in danger! Let’s go help him!” But Pops and Filadophia said, “No, because we can’t stay out here for long!” But Bob had already rushed over to help. Pops and Filadophia raced over to make Bob go back inside. But Bob didn’t listen. Pops said “Come on!” We can’t stay out here.” Filadophia said, “fine, me and Pops will go inside without you Bob!”
They both went inside Bob quickly ran to a tree and snapped off a branch, rushed over to the person and threw the branch to the person. The person jumped in terror and ran away. Just then, the tenth second passed and Bob gasped and stiffened. Bob immediately turned to stone.
So you see you should never ignore a warning.
Celebrating the Kings Coronation
In 3J we celebrated the Kings coronation with full enthusiasm. We dressed in red, white and blue. We also had a selection of activities, ranging from designing a crown for the king; making bunting, creating a collage of the king’s face, word searches to making our own sash for the occasion.
Here are some pictures to show you what we got up to.
A Cave Troll
In the woods, near to the coast, lived a group of trolls, in tunnels below the ground. These tunnels were dark, webby and damp. Water dripped into the tunnels which were like a maze. Moss, insects and blood covered the walls.
In these dark and black tunnels, lived two adventurous trolls, Honeybee and Sugarpie. One glorious summer night, they were having a picnic on the beach.
Unexpectedly, they saw a group of people on the top of the shaky cliff.
“Sugarpie, look, some people are in danger of falling off the cliffs.” Shouted Honeybee.
“How can we help them?” asked Honeybee.
“I have an idea!” shouted Sugarpie.
“How about we use the picnic blanket to catch them as they fall, so that they don’t land on the sharp rocks below.” explained Sugarpie.
They grabbed the blanket and rushed to the rocks just as two people came tumbling down! As the people jumped down from the blanket, the first rays of sunlight appeared on the horizon. It was dawn! You could see the trolls were shocked, as they froze and turned to stone.
A warning story
The Stone Beasts
One day, in Iceland, there lived two trolls called Genie and Tom. They were nice and friendly trolls but the trolls knew one thing; not to go out in the daylight.
One night, Genie and Tom were watching the moon and the stars on top of the cave. Above, Genie and Tom could feel the dark, fluffy clouds. Below, they could hear fishes splashing in the river.
Suddenly, Tom saw a rock climber climbing a rocky mountain, they decided to help the rock climber and stop him.
Quickly, they ran towards the rocky mountain to save the rock climber. They pulled the rock climber to safety. While they were doing that, time passed. Finally, they saved the rock climber and pulled him back to safety.
Suddenly, the sun came out. Genie and Tom were so shocked, they had no more time left. Genie and Tom started to freeze and then they turned to stone.
By Aviraj in 3J
3J’s science experiment
In 3J we planted some cress seeds and observed the growth over a week. One group watered their seeds with 3ml of water, another group watered their seeds with 1ml of water and the last group did not water their seeds at all.
This is what we found out:
Here are some pictures of us observing our plants