Monday, 3 September 2018

How Bees Get Their Stripes

How bees get their stripes?
By: Hinerangi

A few years ago bees were known as fluffy, cuddly honey makers. Bees lived in a huge
wild castle where there lived dinosaurs and loads of brave creatures. Every one of them
loved to talk and make others laugh in many different ways. All the animals are very kind
to one another and loves to go out and hunt for plenty of delicious food.

One sunny and delightful day all the animals besides the bees had setted off on a very
crazy and unknown adventure. During that one specific day the bees had no idea the rest
of the animals had left as the animals sneaked out while they were sleeping. The bees were
very confident and excited about what they were going to do that day, they thought for 10
minutes and came up with a wicked idea, which was not surprising.

The bees played the whole day until they became tired, tired enough they’d fall asleep.
2 hours later. While time had past and hours came the bees were fast asleep in there beds,
they dreamed and dreamed for hours. Suddenly a huge bang which came from the
bedroom door slammed and had woken up all the bees. One of the bees were out of its
bed trying to come up with something to make them look cuter than they already are.

They all got out of there beds and peaked out the door to see what that bee was doing.
“What are you doing”? “I am creating something to make us look even better”, he answered”?
“What are you exactly creating though”? “I am creating a striped jumper which will
make other animals seem that we have now gotten stripes”, “I will be done in a few more
hours”. So the bees went back to bed and fell back to sleep. 4 hours later. The bee was still
working on getting the striped jumpers done, but it was time to take a break and have a little

The bee only got the chance of a 2 hour sleep, but he still continued with making the jumpers.
“How long do I have before breakfast”? The bee continued to make the jumpers without
breakfast in its belly. 3 hours later. The bee was finally finished making the jumpers. He gave
out all the jumpers to every bee who was cold and who were wanting to have stripes. It didn’t
take longer than he thought. So he continued to share the jumpers and made a very excellent
progress on giving them out, they finally finished sharing out all the jumpers and went
straight to lunch.

So this is the story about how bees got their stripes!              

1 comment:

  1. Hi Hinerangi I really like your use of double adjectives before the noun "...fluffy, cuddly honey makers." This adds extra detail and engages your readers. I like the idea that bees are flying around in little jumpers too.