Homework Picture

This is the picture you need to look at for your homework.

You can choose whether to write a descriptive paragraph or write some questions about it. 


We would love you to comment below ( remember no full names).

 

We look forward to reading your descriptions and questions!

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Comments (2)

  1. Ellie

Is this a photograph? If so, how, where, when and by whom was this photo taken? It is a very beautiful picture, showing a kaleidoscope of colours.

 
  1. William

I loved doing my homework and I have made sure it is neat.

 
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