Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Emperor's Spelling Wordzzle

Emperor wrote this Wordzzle with his spelling words. He was told to make the story center around a little boy named "Timmy" and use as many of his spelling words as he could. I've spaced between paragraphs and added quotation marks and bolded words, but otherwise this post is exactly as he wrote it. He would be finishing first grade if he attended school, and he is seven years old. Thanks for reading!

Timmy made travels in the nation.

"Let's go to the station," said Pa.

Mom asked, "Where's the location?"

"Were are we going for our vacation?" timmy asked. "You need your salvation because going to be scary. I'll try to be a soft sensation.

"When I wright a PaPer when dO I use quatations?" asked Timmy's sister.

"I have a starvation," said dad. "I'll cook dinner. I'm glad are foundation is the rock."

Timy tried to go in slow motion.

"Is today Sunday?" asked Mother.

"It's Monday," sister Said.

"on Wednsday it's my birthday," Timmy said.

"I thought it was tuesday," Mom said. "Timmy when will it be Friday."

"After thursday."

"I like Saturday," siad dad. "I thought I heard a sound of barking."

"When willl I learn to spell injection Mom?"

"I don't knew."

"Wher's my heart dad?"

"I can't answer any more I'm fixing dinner."

Mom said, "I'll look in section 13 for bread."

Timmy said, "I whan't to make an invention. did I mention that it will Probably not work. It will take action. Hey what fraction do you whant from mY pie. What is this called?"

"a subtraction sighn did I answer your question? timmy I have an instruction for you buy the bread ok."

10 comments:

Casdok said...

Very clever Emperor. Am very impressed!

Dianne said...

Hi Emperor. Sorry it took so long to get here and to link you at my place. My grand daughter was born and well, babies cause a lot of distraction.

I love your story - it's a lot like Dr. Seuss and he is a favorite of mine.

I'll be back to read more.

bobbie said...

I think you have written a very fine story, Emperor. I enjoyed reading it. I hope you will continue to write, using each new batch of spelling words.

Melli said...

WAY TO GO Emperor! Very nicely done! Those are some rather big words for 1st grade! Home school ROCKS!

Cherie said...

What a great story, Emperor!

Thom said...

Great wordzzle Emperor. Dianne sent me over and I'm so glad she did. Very very nice I enjoyed this :) Aloha

Hilary said...

I'm glad that Dianne sent me to this location. You're causing quite the sensation in the blogging nation. All this and you're darned cute too. :)

Nessa said...

Hi Emperor:

Diane sent me to read your story. i love the way it rhymes.

Nessa

Robin said...

That's a great story emporer, and terrific writing for first grade. Way to go!

Akelamalu said...

Emperor you are a very clever boy, your Mum and Dad must be really proud of you. Well done. :)