100 Word Challenge-Week #5


  • Please check and double check that comments can be left without the need for log-ins or passwords. Children are missing out on valuable comments.
  • Only link the URL of the post NOT the blog.
  • Please follow the instructions when filling out the top box and PUT IN SPACES. (Julia Skinner NOT JuliaSkinner) It throws the chart out.

Wow! What a great response last week! Thank you for visiting each other's work. It is making a huge difference but could you make sure you visit those who post later? At the moment the first 10 entries get lots of comments! Perhaps you could leave your commenting until Wednesday morning when all the entries are in. That would be fairer.

We had another great response to the picture prompt last week. Here are the showcase posts but do go and visit 'Lend Me Your Literacy' to see some more later in the week.

********** WEEK#4 SHOWCASE **********

Layton in Yr.6 at St Peter's, Farnworth, Bolton

Caroline in Yr.6 at Roseville College

Cia in Yr. 6 at Falcon Girls School, London

Mink in 4RP at Shrewsbury International School, Bangkok

Megan in Yr.6 at Brunswick House, Kent

Josephine in Yr.3 at St Andrew's CEVC, Halstead, Essex

Sam in Yr.6 at Chew Stoke Primary, near Bristol


We are returning to a normal prompt of part of a sentence. You can put it anywhere in your work as long as you keep it together. The prompt is:

…the temperature dropped suddenly and…

You have 100 words to add to these 5 making 105 altogether. Post your writing on your class blog then link it back here. The link will stay open until 9pm 16th October (BST)

If you are new here please read 'How to Join the Challenges' If you are still unsure please leave a comment below and I will get to you as soon as possible.

If you would like to take part but do not have a blog please get in touch. You can use 'The Word Challenges Blog'

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