Monday, October 20, 2014
The story about the dinosaur, the Bony-Head, and the school-children
Once, the teacher at the school decided to take all the school-children out to dig up fossils. They went out into the country and the teacher gave each of the school-children a little spade to dig with. They started to dig, and soon they found a bone! They kept on digging and they found another bone, and another bone, and lots more bones.
They took all of the bones, and they put them together into a Mr Bony-Head. But the bones were actually dinosaur bones, not Bony-Head bones, so the Bony-Head they made was very very angry. He stomped all around, stomp stomp STOMP, and was chasing the school-children, trying to eat them up.
So they took the Bony-Head apart again, and used the bones properly to make a dinosaur. And the dinosaur was so happy that he had been put together properly that he was really really nice and friendly and made friends with all the school-children. So they took him to the museum to live, and he really liked it there because of the other dinosaurs there. And the school-children would come to visit him on weekends to play.