Class Story with Muriel Martin School

This was an AMAZING story written by the grade twos–it has not title, yet…I wonder what they’ll come up with…

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7 thoughts on “Class Story with Muriel Martin School

  1. I love your inspiration for this one kids–really neat work. Projecting his image to confuse the storm troopers was a great idea, I’m glad Choppy was able to get his carrots!

  2. Oh my gosh, what an exciting story! I was cheering for Choppy all the way. I loved how he made a hologram to fool the storm troopers. Very clever! Maybe a good title would be ‘Choppy the Brave’ or ‘Choppy and the Magic Carrots’ or ‘Choppy Saves the Day’ – Congratulations on a wonderful story! I hope to read more of Choppy’s adventures some day.

  3. Choppy is quite the adventurer. I rather like him especially when he used a tracking device to find the carrots. I also like the fact that Choppy is not afraid of heights or flying. Most hamsters like to keep their feet on the ground. Thank you for the story.

  4. What a great adventure Chopy went on. And he won over his enemies using a creative idea to confuse them. Maybe a title could be: Chopy Wins His Reward, or maybe Chopy The Brave Hamster. Keep writing and creating stories like this.

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