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What are loud? A crane scooping gravel, my tummy at twelve o’clock and the blue sea against huge boulders.

What are quiet? The tiptoe of a mouse, a baby eating its favourite food and a dog when it gets home from a nice long walk.

 

What are soft? A newly washed blanket, labrador’s fur and my fluffy white pencil case from smiggle.

What is hard? A new basketball, a book with seven thousand pages and Forest Academy’s quizzes.

 

What are hot? An oven on Christmas day, a metal water bottle left in the sun and my face on a summer’s day when I forgot to put suncream on.

What are cold? Crunchy snow, my fingers after having a snowball fight and an ice lolly that has been left in the freezer too long.

 

What are smooth? My hand after putting hand cream on, a new glue stick from Elder class cupboard and the screen on my mum’s laptop.

What are rough? Sanding paper, the back of a Chromebook and an elephant’s skin.i

 

What are loud? A crane scooping gravel, my tummy at twelve o’clock and the blue sea against huge boulders.

What are quiet? The tiptoe of a mouse, a baby eating its favourite food and a dog when it gets home from a nice long walk.

 

What are soft? A newly washed blanket, labrador’s fur and my fluffy white pencil case from smiggle.

What is hard? A new basketball, a book with seven thousand pages and Forest Academy’s quizzes.

 

What are hot? An oven on Christmas day, a metal water bottle left in the sun and my face on a summer’s day when I forgot to put suncream on.

What are cold? Crunchy snow, my fingers after having a snowball fight and an ice lolly that has been left in the freezer too long.

 

What are smooth? My hand after putting hand cream on, a new glue stick from Elder class cupboard and the screen on my mum’s laptop.

What are rough? Sanding paper, the back of a Chromebook and an elephant’s skin.i

What are loud? A crane scooping gravel, my tummy at twelve o’clock and the blue sea against huge boulders.

What are quiet? The tiptoe of a mouse, a baby eating its favourite food and a dog when it gets home from a nice long walk.

 

What are soft? A newly washed blanket, labrador’s fur and my fluffy white pencil case from smiggle.

What is hard? A new basketball, a book with seven thousand pages and Forest Academy’s quizzes.

 

What are hot? An oven on Christmas day, a metal water bottle left in the sun and my face on a summer’s day when I forgot to put suncream on.

What are cold? Crunchy snow, my fingers after having a snowball fight and an ice lolly that has been left in the freezer too long.

 

What are smooth? My hand after putting hand cream on, a new glue stick from Elder class cupboard and the screen on my mum’s laptop.

What are rough? Sanding paper, the back of a Chromebook and an elephant’s skin.i

 

 

 

 

 

 

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