The legendary hot tub

Alfred was running for the map to the legendary hot tub. He wanted to get there before the others. The map could allow you to do anything. He imagined the faces of his people when he defeated the Vikings. Alfred picked up the greasy scroll and followed its directions. Finally he got
to the hot tub, the walls were made of gold and there was a dragon sitting in the middle breathing scorching fire. He approached the scaly dragon, who ignored him. Alfred dunked his head in the water and imagined his victory. In a instant the Vikings were dead.

13 responses »

  1. Jack Roberts says:

    I really like when the dragon was breathing scorching fire, i imagined this in my head.

  2. m1ssp says:

    I really love this idea of the hot tub Bethan!! You have included some excellent vocabulary choices – I especially like ‘dunked’ and ‘greasy scroll’!
    Well done!
    Miss P 🙂

  3. Max Spencer says:

    Love how you used your imagination Bethan well done!

  4. Aiden says:

    I liked the way you mixed our learning about the Anglo Saxons with your story.

  5. Maja says:

    Amazing work Bethan!!! I love your vocabulary.:)

  6. Aiden says:

    I noticed you used our learning.

  7. Sophia H says:

    Your use of great vocabulary is amazing.Great imagination Bethan!

  8. Tilly D says:

    I love the fact a hot tub kills the Vikings.:)

  9. stephanie M says:

    It feels magical!

  10. Arabella says:

    What a descriptive story.

  11. Sara O says:

    I really love your story Bethan!

  12. lucy says:

    very creative

  13. Jason Meacham says:

    Very funny story Bethan

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