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Date: 22nd Apr 2016 @ 9:52am

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Harrison wrote:

The iron man is as big as two big bens

Leon wrote:

Great simile Harrison

Harrison wrote:

Thanks

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Hannah Maddison wrote:

The huge, strong Iron Giant is as tall as Big Ben.

Mr Loftus wrote:

What an excellent simile.

Tom s Marcus wrote:

Nice simile.

Erin wrote:

Amazing extended simile

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Lovely Simalie.

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Aaron and Megan wrote:

The Iron man is as tall as 3 trees.

Ava wrote:

You could of described where the trees are.

Harvey wrote:

Great simile but you could of made it an extended simile

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Amy wrote:

The Iron man is as tall as Big Ben.

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Erin wrote:

The Iron Man is as big as 3000 houses stacked on top of each other.

Mr Loftus wrote:

Excellent simile.

Alice and Aisha wrote:

Why don't you do hotels instead of houses.

Erin wrote:

ok.

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Harvey wrote:

The Iron Giant is as big as the London Eye

Aaron wrote:

Very good Harvey.

Ciaran wrote:

Really good harvey

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Francesca wrote:

The big, ginormous And metal Iron man picked up the brave, little Hogarth.

Mr Loftus wrote:

This sentence is absolutely brilliant, but it isn't a simile.

Ava wrote:

I love your extended noun phrase.

Francesca wrote:

The Iron man's eyes are glowing blue like the sky on a clear ,sunny day

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Charlotte and Felicity wrote:

The Iron Man crushed the tractor like bread crushing ham to make a sandwich.

Mr Loftus wrote:

I like how you have extended the simile.

Amy wrote:

Love you simile it's amazing.

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Ciaran wrote:

The Iron man is strong, hard like a brick wall

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Ava wrote:

The tall,metal Iron Man piked me up like a bird poking up there baby.

Ava wrote:

The tall, metal IronMan piked me up like a bird picking up there baby.

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Lucas wrote:

The iron man crushed the steal like bread crushing ham

Ava wrote:

You could have done an extended noun phrase

Harrison wrote:

Great simile

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Charlotte g wrote:

The Iron man is as strong as ten t rexes.

Ava wrote:

You need a capital for the t.

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Joel wrote:

The Iron man is taller than Big Ben

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Steven wrote:

The Iron man fell like a bolder.

Mr Loftus wrote:

Where is the boulder falling?

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Dan wrote:

The Iron Man eats metal like he's eating a bag of crisps.

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Owen wrote:

The Iron Man cracked a piece of metal like eating a crisp

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Rhianna and blossom wrote:

The iron man has gleaming eyes like a night light shining bright in the night .

Felicity and Charlotte wrote:

Inbertween the words shining and bright there should be a comma.

Steven wrote:

Iron Man needs a capitol letter

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Lewis wrote:

The Iron Man is as tall as three cows.

Ava wrote:

You could say where the cows are like in afield

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Tom s Marcus wrote:

The strong, mighty Iron Man crushed a truck like a recking ball destroying Buckingham Palace in London.

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Patrick wrote:

The big face on the ion man is making the boy afraid

Felicity and Charlotte wrote:

Your Sentence is not a simile so next time do one.

Aaron and Megan wrote:

You could of said the Iron Man is as tall as 2 trees.

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Josh wrote:

Iron gayeny is as big is the ayful tawer

Tom B wrote:

Well done Josh MC.

Ava wrote:

You spell gayeny is spelt like this giant.

Mr Loftus wrote:

What a fantastic simile, Joshua! Well done.

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Aaron and Megan wrote:

The Iron man is as tall as 3 trees in Norway.

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Tom B wrote:

The iron man is as big as the Eiffel tower.

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Maddie wrote:

The iron man was holding on to the boy like a monkey holding on to his banana

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