This week Goldstone’s Year 3 have brewed the most potent of tonics in Guy’s potion project….
Hm, seems like all this superb sideshow silliness has given me an appetite – and nothing satisfies my hunger like a tasty bowl of challenge soup…By now, you’re all so immersed in the world of Castle Grotteskew you might as well be mad professors. Or perhaps you already are.So, your not-quite-but-nearly final challenge is to create your own powerfully potent potion! Here are some things to consider:– Is it a monster-making or creation-curing concoction? Is it something Professor Erasmus might create in his lab or would you more likely find it in Stitch Head’s dungeon?– What is the potion‘s desired effect?– What exactly is your potion made from? It should have at least five (but no more than five hundred) incredible ingredients.– What’s the name of your potion?Don’t forget to include a picture of the bottle, complete with label!Good luck!Cheers,GuyP.S. Have yourselves a DINGLE DANGLE!
We’ve dingled and we’ve dangled till we’re feeling rather dizzy.
We created and mixed, squashed, squished and splatted until the potions are complete.
We’ve got the epilogue to read so we are really hoping that Stitch Head is remembered. Arabella is hopefully a friend to Stitch Head. We really enjoyed the way she speaks and we often call her Angrybella which makes us laugh. Another name for Angrybella is Arolella.
We have enjoyed the book a lot. I, (Ben) think this is my favourite book yet. The monster is the funniest character in the book (Josh).
See you soon. Have yourself a Dingle Dangle back!
Josh and Ben
We love Arthur’s explosive spray – the hand-grenade bottle is inspired! Top marks to the name Smell and Yell (lol!) and Ewan your potion that turns nice monsters into ferocious monsters – ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING!!!! They are all brilliant and terrifying and gruesome and I hope never to find such a potion in my bathroom cabinet!
Well done Goldstone Year 3 – super work!
Team AAA x