June 2018 Write a simile about this picture

Date: 7th Jun 2018 @ 3:20pm

Write a simile about this picture.

Post your comment

Mr Loftus wrote:

The intimidating, eerie moon looked over the house like a lighthouse beaming into the ocean looking for passing ships.

Reply to this thread

Erin wrote:

The dark night was as dull as a vampires heart.

Reply to this thread

Amaar wrote:

The house was as spooky one-eyed killer.

Reply to this thread

Leon wrote:

The petrifing house is like a zombie apocalypse seen

Reply to this thread

Alice wrote:

The full moon, which had ravens flapping beside it , was as eerie as the freaky house below.

Reply to this thread

Megan wrote:

The spooky , black , foggy graveyard was as dark as the night sky .

Leon wrote:

I love that well done

Reply to this thread

Felicity wrote:

The crooked, spine-chilling mansion stared at the gates like a teacher staring at you when you know you have done something extremely troublesome.

Rhianna wrote:

Wow that sounds so terrifying.

Erin wrote:

I love your vocabulary

Reply to this thread

Hannah wrote:

The full moon with bats surrounding it was as freaky as the haunted palace.

Reply to this thread

Lewis wrote:

The house was as creepy as a creaky floorboards at nighttime with all the lights off.

Reply to this thread

Marcus wrote:

The gloomy house was as gloomy as an eerie lake in a cave

Reply to this thread

Harvey wrote:

The blood curling house was as dark as a ravens wing on a full moon night.

Felicity wrote:

The hairs on my arms are sticking up!

Reply to this thread

Joel wrote:

The dark erry house with ravens flaping next to it is scary like a one eye person

Reply to this thread

Joe wrote:

The house was as dull as a scary, cold pitch black dungeon.

Francesca wrote:

Oh . My . Gosh . This sentence is amazing , I mean , come on , I love your vocabulary

Reply to this thread

Emma wrote:

The eerie graveyard house was as spooky as ravens on a full moon in the dead of a Halloween night

Reply to this thread

Josh wrote:

The towering, eerie mansion sucked you into the house like a whirlpool on a stormy night at sea.

Reply to this thread

Ciaran wrote:

The eerie moon above the gloomy,spooky house shines like a lighthouse in the sky

Reply to this thread

Steven wrote:

The green smoke coming from the giant,withered house is like poisonous gas.

Reply to this thread

Alfie wrote:

The scarey,frightening haunted house sucked me in.

Reply to this thread

Amy wrote:

The eerie bats flew around the mysterious house like they were the guards.

Reply to this thread

Harrison wrote:

The bats in the sky are as scary as the abandoned , black house

Reply to this thread

Rhianna wrote:

On a stormy night the wind blew like a wolf howling at the moon.

Reply to this thread

Maddison wrote:

The spooky,creepy house, sat like a lighthouse on the sea.

Reply to this thread

Cody wrote:

The dark,gloomy house,is as mist as a sorner on a hot day.

Reply to this thread

Owen wrote:

The eerie,intimidating mansion, looks over you like a beaming light.

Reply to this thread

Blossom wrote:

The big mansion - like house was as scary as a dead man coming out of the grave at night.

Reply to this thread

Tom wrote:

The decaying,delapitated house towered in the swaying wind like an adult looking down on a child.

Erin wrote:

Great vocabulary

Reply to this thread

Patrick wrote:

The old horror movie looking house, stood tall in the dark foggy night

Reply to this thread

Harvey wrote:

The dark,gloomy house stood there like an vulture stands waiting for its prey

Reply to this thread

Kai wrote:

The creepy house was like a hoover sucking stuff in and not spitter not spitting them out .

Reply to this thread

Francesca wrote:

The ancient, petrifying mansion was emitting a dim green glow as the night grew steadily darker , that was why no one dared to go in , as they were petrified of not coming out again.

Reply to this thread

Contact the School

Eccleston Lane Ends Primary

Albany Avenue
Eccleston Park
Prescot
Merseyside
L34 2QN

Main Contact: If you would like to contact us or you have any queries please telephone or email Mrs A Kennedy (Office Manager)

Tel: 01744 678 270
Fax: 01744 678 272
Laneends@sthelens.org.uk

View our entire calendar
View our entire calendar