2B English – Weds 13th – Chapters 13 & 14

Hi Year 2!

I hope you are all enjoying the story. Here are the next 2 chapters…

Here are the pages if you would like to read Chapter 13 by yourself. All of the answers can be found in this part of the story.

BRONZE
What was inside Bunce’s storehouse?
Why did the animals take carrots?
What did they use the push-carts for?

SILVER
Why did Mr Fox order the animals to stop grabbing food?
Why were the animals ‘licking their chops’?
Do you think Mr Fox was a bad person for stealing? Why?

GOLD
Do you think the animals should have a huge feast OR just take what they need to survive? Why?
‘The tunnel went forward at a terrific pace’. Can you think of another word for ‘pace’?
Choose 5 new words from the text and find their meanings.

22 thoughts on “2B English – Weds 13th – Chapters 13 & 14

  1. BRONZE
    Ducks and geese
    For rabbits
    To take all the ducks, geese and carrots they syole.
    SILVER
    Because he did not want the farmer to know that his stuff was stolen.
    Because they were looking at their food after being hungry for a while.
    Yes because its bad taking other people things without their permission.
    GOLD
    Yes because they were hungry for very long time.
    Speed

    WORDS MEANING
    Sprang Hunting
    Tender Edible
    Nasty Awful
    Grinned Smile broadly
    Lending To allow someone to use your belonging

  2. BRONZE
    In bounces store house there is ducks and
    geese.
    They took carrots for The rabbits.
    They used trolleys to push carts.
    SILVER
    He ordered everybody to stop because it was his party.
    A same word meaning of pace is speed.
    They were licking there chops because it was tasty.
    No because they needed food or they will die.
    GOLD
    The animals should have a Huge feast to survive because they have more food to eat.
    Another word for pace is move and speed.
    Giant: someone who is taller or larger than usual.
    Terrific: great size, amount, or intensity.
    Scrambled: to move or climb quickly but with difficulty.
    Overwhelmed: to defeat someone or something by using a lot of force.
    Proclaimed: announce official or publicly.

  3. Gold
    Do you think the animals should have a huge feast OR just take what they need to survive? Why?
    I think the animals should have a huge feast because they have not eaten in a long time.
    ‘The tunnel went forward at a terrific pace’. Can you think of another word for ‘pace’?
    Rapidly

    Choose 5 new words from the text and find their meanings.

    Slyly – In a cunning and deceitful of manipulate manner.
    Storehouse – A building house for storing goods.
    Overwhelmed – To overcome completely (as with great force or emotion).
    Adore – Love and respect (someone) deeply.
    Grub – Food.

  4. BRONZE

    Ducks, geese, smoked hams and bacons.
    The animals took carrots for the Rabbits as they only eat vegetables.
    They used the push-carts to take all the ducks, geese and carrots back to Mr Fox’s house.

    SILVER
    Because it was his party
    They were hungry and the sight of food made them more hungry.
    Yes. As the items do not belong to him.

    GOLD

    They should take what they need to survive as taking more for a feast is greedy. And their food will finish quickly if they have a huge feast.

    Speed

    Slyly; in a cunning and deceitful or manipulative manner.
    Proclaimed; announce officially or publicly.
    Twitching; give or cause to give a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement.
    Magnificent; extremely beautiful, elaborate, or impressive.
    Dangling; hanging or swinging loosely.

  5. Silver:
    Because Mr Fox said that is was his party so he got to do the choosing.
    Because they were so hungry.
    Mr Fox is not a bad person because he is not stealing and they don’t have you food and the only people they know is Boggis Bunce and Bean after Mr Fox found their home so their not stealing.

  6. Silver:
    Because Mr Fox said that is was his party so he got to do the choosing.
    Because they were so hungry.
    Mr Fox is not a bad person because he is not stealing and they don’t have you food and the only people they know is Boggis Bunce and Bean after Mr Fox found their home so their nit stealing.

  7. Silver:
    Because Mr Fox said that is was his party so he got to do the choosing.
    Because they were so hungry.
    Mr Fox is not a bad person because he is not stealing.BHEUHFDpa9wfghwuffgoeydwahcyeryfhuwAJCHGFWGYFIUHLACSEHYRGHU

    • Fox told the other foxes to stop taking the food because if they took loads in one go, the farmers would notice.
      Stealing is taking without permission. Has Fox been told it is okay to take the farmers belongings?

  8. Silver:
    Because Mr Fox said that is was his party so he got to do the choosing.
    Because they were so hungry.
    Mr Fox is not a bad person because he is not stealing.

  9. Gold
    I think they should have a huge feast for everyone to share so that no one will be hungry.

    Pace can mean speed or quickness.
    Proclaimed can mean said or announced.
    Dangling can mean hanging down.
    Crouching, a position where the knees are bent.
    Overwhelmed, meaning a strong emotion.
    Magnificent, very good, excellent.

  10. Bronze

    1. Inside bruce, storehouse were thousands of finest and fattest ducks.
    2. they took the carrots for the rabbits.
    3. They used pushcarts to keep more things inside and push it through the tunnel.

  11. Bronze
    The fattest Ducks and geese ready for roasting.
    So the Rabbits can eat them.
    They used the push carts to carry all the food.

    Silver
    So that the farm doesn’t realise food was stolen.
    They were licking their chops because the food looked so tasty.
    Yes stealing is bad no one should steal, but Mr Fox did it so he could feed his family which is important.

  12. BRONZE
    What was inside Bunce’s storehouse?
    ducks , geese , hems , bacon
    Why did the animals take carrots?
    They take corrots for the rabbiet.
    What did they use the push-carts for?
    To carry out the ducks ,geese,hams and bacon.

  13. Gold:
    I think they should have a huge feast because if there is alot of food they should just take it and enjoy it.
    Another word for pace could be speed or rate.
    Slyly: In a cunning and deceitful or manipulative manner.
    Scarmbled: Make one’s way quickly or awkwardly up a steep gradient or over rough ground by using one’s hands as well as one’s feet.
    Gaped: An open-mouthed stare.
    Paradise: An ideal or idyllic place or state.
    Rafters: Any of a series of timbers or the like, usually having a pronounced slope, for supporting the sheathing and covering of a roof.

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