Do you know what comets are made of? They are made from Ice cream cones, Ice cream and crushed biscuites.....NAH I am just joking. Comets are actually made from, real ice, dust, rocks, and lots of gas. As comets get closer to the sun, they start to melt, and melt, and melt untill it is all gone. Kind of like how it was when we made ICE CREAM COMETS.
I was so excited.
When I first walked into the class, I was wondering what Room 16 were doing in here. "Aye, not to be rude but, why are they here for?" I asked. By the time I sat down, I saw Ice cream on the Teachers table, icecream cones, buscuites and sprinkles. It was like heaven. I didn't know what we were doing. As I was sitting down, me and my mate over heard people saying Ice Cream comets and then it all started to make sense. Ice Cream for the ice, Crushed biscuites for the dust and rocks and the Ice Cream Cone for the tale. Everyone had wild excitments. I had a impaient stomach.
We started of by, our teachers Miss. Garden and Mr. Somerville putting buscuites into a plastic bag and giving it to students to bashed for the dust. There was supposed to be big and small pieces but our students dominated the biscuites into little tiny pieces (I really wanted a turn). The real purpise for this was to see what a comet is like, but we all were just here to eat. You could even see it. Miss Garden gave us a scoop of Ice Cream and we had to put it in our hands. Thats why we needed to wash our hands really clean at first. Man it was ice cold. After that we had to get a bit of crushed biscuites and a Ice Cream Cone. It was Delicious. I was Scavenging for more.
By the time we all finished our ice creams, our courtyard was all MESSY! Our class cleaned that place and our class specially for this day and at the end, it was just to messy. Some people droped theirs so that was a real pain. Their was alot, and I mean alot of crushed biscuites on the ground beacause of them. Man you should of seen my face when even and also my hands were a sticky mess. The courtyard was more like a junk yard at the end.