An ‘Egg’stremely Big Disaster!

On Friday, after break, the Lower Juniors settled down to what they thought would be a normal English lesson…

Suddenly, they looked out of the window to find smashed eggs and hay scattered all over the floor outside.

They had to work as detectives for the rest of the lesson, solving the mystery and working out who might have caused this messed.

Can you have a guess? What do you think happened?

Miss Cooper.

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17 Responses to An ‘Egg’stremely Big Disaster!

  1. Mr Croutear says:

    Goodness me! What a mystery! I wonder whether a rather clumsy baker may have been carrying boxes of eggs (packed with hay) and stumbled on a rogue rock, sending the contents of the box flying though the air?

  2. Miss Cooper says:

    Well, I think that is a fantastic prediction, Mr Croutear. What do you think Team Hazel?

  3. Marium I says:

    Hmm because there is a farm near the school, it may be a goat because as we got closer to it we noticed that there was a pale mark in one of them.The mark belong to a foot of a goat.

  4. Gracie G says:

    Well that didn’t really happen!! What did happen was Georgie the goat was helping Farmer Brown with his chores and he dropped the eggs onto the floor. Farmer Brown was very cross!

  5. Julia P says:

    Gracie is right although Georgy was only trying to help! We are writing our own storys based on the egg senario!!! The chickens werent impressed!

  6. Jamie R says:

    Georgy (a very helpful but mischivious goat) was trying to help a farmer named Farmer Brown to take all of the eggs to a very angry lady, Farmer Brown’s wife but slipped and all the eggs went flying and Farmer Brown was livid!


  7. Katie W says:

    Well done lower juniors! Looks like you have been great detectives!

  8. Grace B says:

    Actually, according to our findings it was done by a clumsy goat called Georgie
    and tried to help Farmer Brown collect the eggs but…
    it didn’t seem to turn out very well.

    By Grace

  9. Marium I says:

    wow! those are great suggestions guys.

  10. Alice says:

    I remember when I wrote my Georgy The Goat Story. It didn’t turn out very well, but I bet that when you write yours they’ll be brilliant! When I first saw the Egg-Disaster photos, I thought it was like the UJ meet-the-teacher task! We had to throw our eggs of the amphitheatre and see if they would crack. We stuffed ours into a box of tissue, cotton wool and other soft things, before making a parachute to gentle the fall. Ours hit the ground without cracking! Woohoo!

    Alice N 😛

  11. Maddie C says:

    It was hard thinking of our new Georgie stories. We had to use a lot of speech marks.

  12. Amelia T says:

    well done guys! You found out who did all of that mess.

  13. Violet E. says:

    I remember spotting the eggs on the field it was a mystery:-)

  14. Katelyn.L says:

    I remember discovering the mystery of the dinosaur eggs. The eggs were massive I can just think that it was yesterday. If you enjoyed learning about the dinosaur eggs would you like to be a archeologist?

  15. Rachel F. says:

    Wow! looks like Team Hazel has had an extraordinary adventure! 🙂

  16. Sulis.H says:

    Sounds exciting!

  17. Julia P says:

    We really enjoyed finding the culprit! It was a lot of fun. I also loved it when we wrote and published our own stories about the adventures of our own farm characters! I remember that I wrote about a little pig who fell in a pond!

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