Using Colons at Christmas!

Year 5, this week we have been looking at the different ways to use colons in our writing.

Here is what we have learned about…

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Below are pictures inspiring you to think about Christmas time in the Tudor era.

Your challenge is to use these pictures (and your own research) to write a minimum of three sentences about Tudor Christmas. Each sentence should include a colon and they should each be used in a different way.

An example sentence is…

Henry was only thinking about one thing this Christmas: food!

As always, you are challenged to make ambitious word choices and stylistic devices.

Good luck!

17 Comments

  1. The Tudors had lots of fun events at christmas:dancing,performing and eating.
    The Tudors favourite tradition at Christmas was: dancing!
    The Tudors feasts were legendary:they had everything you could possibly imagine.

  2. The Tudors ate a huge meal with: pork beef and a lot of other things.
    During the banquet there was: singing dancing and music.
    There was one thing King Henry wanted to do:EAT!
    The Tudor Banquet: one place to get really full.

  3. The Tudors held great events at Christmas:shows,parrades and eating.
    The Tudors have the greatest food you could ask for:peckock,salad and chicken
    King Henry beheaded many people: Thomas More,Cathrine Par.

  4. Christmas:the best time of the year and many delicious food items!
    Everyone’s favourite time of the year is Christmas:you get to open many presents.
    At Christmas, the Tudors had many events:dancing, singing and funny performences!

  5. There were a variety of different meats that tudors would eat at their lavish feast at Christmas: goose, partridge, wild boar and swan.

    During Tudor times, the four weeks of advent consisted of fasting: a tradition that is still practised by some people today.

    Henry VIII had only one thing he wanted to do most at Christmas: eating!

  6. Christmas was the greatest festival celebrated by the Tudors spanning twelve days: from December 25th to January 6th.
    The Monarch was required to:attend Mass three times, and he was also expected to wear new clothes.
    The Tudors mince pie had 13 ingredients to represent Jesus and apostles, they contained:fruit, spices and mutton to represent the shepherds.
    Another Christmas tradition included various:games, songs and dance.

  7. there were a choice of things the tudors could do at christmas:dancing,singing,eating

    the kings favarout thing to do was:eating,people said no wonder he looks like that

  8. The Tudors had very scrumptious, appetising and delectable food: pork, beef, partridge,wild boar, goose, pig and swan.

    The Tudors held delicious, luscious and satisfying feasts: it was anything you can imagine it was a fantasy it was phnominal.

    The one thing Tudors love the most about Christmas is: presents

  9. Henry VIII palace was made out of one thing: GOLD!

    Henry had lots of gold items: necklaces, ear-rings, diamonds, pearls.

    Henry VIII:is a slash of lightning, if you don’t listen you will be a excuted

  10. The Tudor have many happy events to take part: dancing, performing.
    The Tudors did lot of things: They danced with gold.
    The Tudors had a lot of presents like: Gold

  11. King Henry at his big feast would like presents:Rubies, Diamonds and a variety of gold and silver to make him look posh.
    At king Henry’s feast he wanted to entertain people: Killing people as it was his way of entertainment, loud music.
    At Henry’s ball he wanted to entertain Edward:Teddies, puppet shows and statues.
    Henry’s favourite thing for his feat was:Ham, Cherries, Cheese, fruit and especially pigs head.

  12. One of the things that the Tudors loved to do on Christmas day was: feast!

    The dancing was spectacular: they were all so traditional that you would not be able to image what they looked like.

    Henry VIII’s feasts were filled with: pig heads, fruit, bread, cheese and chicken.

    Christmas: a time when Henry VIII invited the most important people in England to celebrate with him at Hampton Court.

  13. King Henry had many succulent, palatable, overflowing, platters of food to chose from: pork, mutton, venison, goose, rabbit, swan, turkey, beef, boar, luxurious peacock and heron.
    The gargantuan hall of Hampton Court was full with nobles, lords, barons and important-looking officials: who had flocked from all over England.
    The only thing all the guests had on their minds was: party!

  14. Christmas time was the Tudors favorite of year: All Henry did was drink and cheer. For a simple Christmas Banquet: Musicians all over England would come to Hampton Court to entertain the Nobles of Hampton Court. Henry VIII had many wife’s: Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleaves, Cathryn Howard and Catherine Parr.

  15. For Tudors on Christmas all they had were: rotten meat with cheese
    Christmas banquet:Musicians all over England who would come to Hampton court
    Henry had many wives:Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn,Jane Seymour, Anne of cleaves, Cathryn Howard and Caterine Parr.

  16. The Tudors had only a small opportunity to do at Christmas :
    that was singing,dancing and eating.

    The kings favourite thing to do was :execute people.

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