Tadpole’s Promise stories

On our parent share afternoon we will be sharing our Tadpole’s promise rewrites.  But if you can’t make it then please have a read of our stories.  (please note spellings and grammar are all the children’s own work!)

Ashleigh  – Duckling’s Promise

Where the castle meets the water a fluffy , yellow duckling met a shiny, yellow caterpiler.  They fell in love.  He was her fluffy sunshine and she was his happy, green tacko.

I promise I wont change.  The caterpiler stared at each other eyes and they fell in love.  The duckling had feet and arms and a big body it had yellow skin and his eyes were blue and I want my beautiful rainbow he said.

But as sure as the sun sets the duckling did change.  The duckling said to the caterpiler I love you and I will give you one more chance.

Next time they met the duckling had grown a big body you brocken your promise cried caterpiler sadly.  Forgive me the duckling whispered tearfully I don’t want to change.  On the last day the caterpiler turned into a butterfly.

Grace – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the trees meet the mud a fluffy pillow cygnet met a sparkling rainbow caterpillar.  They dreamed of dating.  The sun was sparkling on the waters edge.  He was her fluffy pillow and she was his sparkling rainbow.

But as sure as the season changed the cygnet lost his tail.  That’s the third time you have brocken your promise.  As the sesons past away the caterpillars heart was broken in half.  I don’t love you any more and she crawled up the brocken branch.  She cried herself to sleep.  The next time thy met she terned into a beautiful butterfly.  She said… Where is my fluffy pillow?  As soon as she could say pillow she disappeared and the caterpillar kissed softly and beautifully and she turned into a princesse.  She couldn’t belive what had happened to her beautiful self but the caterpillar jumped up and kissed her on the lippse and she turned back into a cygnet.

Dylan – Duckling’s Promise

Where the rock meets the pond.  A duckling met a caterpillar and fell in love.  He was her fluffy chusion and she was his prickily sock.  ‘Promise you’ll never change colour’ ‘I promise she said and they gazed into each ufers eyes and whispered quietly I love you he said.

But as surely as they met the duckling changed into different feffers and caterpillar was angry with him because he broke his promise.  You brocken my promise said caterpillar.  Forgive me said Duckling I don’t want these brown legs I ant my beautiful body back to normale again.  But as surely the met again he had changed and what changed was his beak.  When they met each other his beeck change when they just met he had changed.  You have brocken your promise said caterpillar angrily.  Forgice me said Duckling you brocken your promise the 2nd time said caterpillar forgive me said Duckling I couldn’t help it I don’t want this different beak I dose want my proper body back.  Okay I will give you one more charns said caterpillar orite said Duckling one more charns he said.

But as surely they met again Duckling changed into a duck you brocken your promise the 3rd time know fine I’m going away tomorroo.  Duck was looking for caterpillar but caterpillar was a beautiful butterfly and butterfly said to Duck.  Have you seen my beautiful….? The duck ate him up bifor he said fluffy cuchion he goblld beautiful butterfly up in one gollp.  He said where is my beautiful prickily sock?  Duck said I love him.  When he had eaten him up he didn’t know were he was.  I wish he came back he said quiertly.  Love you.

Summer – Cygnit’s Promise

Where the lily pad meets the tree.  A grey cygnet met a green caterpillar.  Yare are my shiny, beautiful cupcake said the cygnet and you are my fluffy purple penguin.

They gazed into each others tiny sweet blue eye’s.  The cygnet made a promise he promised he would never change.

The next day they met again.  The cygnet broke his promise because he had grown long legs.  The day after that they met again!  The ciygnet had grown fer and the day after that they met again! He had grown a beak!  The caterpillar turned into a beautiful and butafly and the ciygnet turned into a swan and the butterfly came and asked Have you seen my beautiful cupcake?  The swan said I don’t know do not ask me and the swan said to the caterpillar.  You are my beautiful cupcake and the butafly said you have found me you have just turned in to a swan and I have just turned in to a butafly.

Theo – Duckling’s Promise

Where the mud meets the gate a duckling met a caterpillar  He stared into her eyes and fell in love.  He was her fluffy pillow and she was his sparkling black hair brush.

I promise with all my heart said the duckling and they fell in love.  Next time they changed.  The fluffy, yellow duckling was always hungry.  He would happily eat all day until he got bigger.  Every day he kept eating more and more and he got taller and stronger.  Then he was grown up duckling.  He swam to his beautiful hair brush you have broken your promise the fith time.  Yov broken my heart good bye.  The caterpillar crawled and cried to sleep.  Went in to a butterfly.  Butterfly dried her wings she was too scared to fly but she tried and started flapping her wing and fell in the pond.  Duckling saw and swam over to save her.

Freya – The Cygnet’s Promise

Where the pond meets the apple tree a cygnet met a caterpillar.  He was her green pillow and she was his pecan brown jewel.  They gazed into each other’s tiny and relaxed eyes and fell truly in love.  ‘Promise me you’ll nether change’ said the caterpillar ‘ I promise’ I truly do my love.  That night the cygnet asked the caterpillar to go on a date.  Of course he said yes.  They dined all night all day until the next morning.  But as sure as spring turned to summer the cygnet could not keep his promise.  You irritating little cygnet ‘please give me two more chances’ ‘Why should I give you another chance?’  Fine. Ok. I’ll give you a chance.

The next time they met her beak was orange.  You irritating cygnet this time if you break your promise I’ll break up.

As the ruby red sun rises the cygnet could not keep his promise and he was wight.  I’m breaking up !

So the caterpillar whimpered up the apple tree and dumbly cried his self to sleep.  As the sun rose over Hawii the caterpillar woke but … caterpillar went out to seriously search.  He found her and asked if she would marry him.

Lucy – Swan’s Promise

Where the holly meets the mossy rocks a swan met a caterpillar.  They gazed into each other’s eyes.  The weather was stunning and they loved the pond.  Promise you will never change?  I promise said the swan and they fell in love.

She was his dimond in the sky and she was her white and black cloud.  But as sure as the wether changes the swan could not keep his promise.  The next time they met the swan had grone two orange legs.  You brocke your promise.  Please fugive me said the swan.  Ok one more chance.  The next time they met the swan had grown  white wings.  You brocke your promise said the caterpillar.  The next time they met the swan did not have his fluffy tail.  You brocke your promise the 3rd time now and now you have broken my hart good bye!  The caterpillar slowly went up the branch and cried himself to sleep in his hard cocoon.  Then he decided to forgive him so they went to the pond together.

Aiden – Nymph’s Promise

Where the school meets the concrete a wingless black eye nymph and a rainbow green eyed catipiller met.  They gazed into each others tinney eyes.

I love everything about you you’re as smooth as cotton pillow.  Promise you’ll never change.  ‘I promise’ he said happily.  But as sure as the seasons change the nymph could not keep his promise.  Next time they met the nymph he had grown lovely delicate wings.  Forgive me said the nymph.  Next day they met the nymph he had grown a long, long shiny tail.  Then the caterpillar said good morning dear.  But when she opened her eyes… O god what happened? Said the caterpillar.  A fyoo days lata the nymph had grown into a beautiful dragonfly.  The caterpillar cried hiself to sleep.  The next day a butterfly cam out of the cacoon.  The butterfly dried her wings.  She fluttered down to apologise but as she came down golp the dragonfly eat the butterfly.

Chelsea – The duckling’s promise

Where the willow tree meets the water a yellow fluffy duckling met a shiny black caterpillar.  They gazed into each others eyes.  He was her fluffy cloud and she was his happy sunshine.

Promise you’ll never change I promise said the caterpillar.  Promise you’ll never change said the duckling I promise.  The next time they met caterpillar had no legs.  You’ve broken your promise believe me all I want is my beautiful fluffy duckling.

All I want is my shiny black caterpillar you are not my shiny black caterpillar.  Good bye and never come back.  She cried herself a sleep.  The next day she forgave the caterpillar.  Then all she saw was a duck sitting on a lilly pad.  She said do you know me shiny black caterpillar?  It forgave her because she was the pretty black caterpillar.

Mason  – Duckling’s Promise

Where the drawbridge meets the water a duckling met a caterpillar.  They looked into each eyes and fell in love.  He was her fluffy pillow and he was his beautiful rainbow.  But as sure as the weather changes he grew bigger.

Leah – Duckling’s Promise

Where the sticks meet the mud a yellow fluffy duckling met a cute rainbow caterpillar.  They looked into their shiny eyes and fell in love.  He was her beauftiful ?? and she was his beautiful shiny rainbow.  The caterpillar said promise you’ll never change.  The duckling grew legs then he grew yellow, shiny arms.  Last he grew his tail then he said you forgot your promise one time now.  Now you have broken my promise two times now.  Now you broken your promise three times.  The duckling said are you still best friends?  Yes said the caterpillar.

Then the caterpillar whispered to duckling and said you are my beautiful yellow, shiny baby duckling and the duckling got bigger and then a frog came.  Then he eat the butterfly the the duckling said wheres my beautiful rainbow?

The caterpillar crawled up to the tree on the leaf and turned to a butterfly.  He flyed down to find the duckling to play a game.  You changed your mind now duckling do you want to play chace?  The caterpillar said lets play lets play ot and be best friends yes said the caterpillar yeay said the duckling.

Darcy – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the gate meets the water a cygnet met a caterpillar.  He stared into her eyes and fell in love.  He was her fluffy, white beautiful cloud and she was his long, green sock.  He promised to stay the way he was because he didn’t want the caterpillar to change.  It would make her sad and she would cry herself to sleep.  The caterpillar said crossly you have broken your promise.  The next day the cygnet changed from gray into white.  Your broke your promise.  His beak became orange.  You broke your promise.

She went into a cocoon then she dried her wings fluttered down.  Have your seen a cygnet.  But before she could say anything he gobbled her up.

 

Tallulah – Duckling’s Promise

Where the holly meets the water a green, long caterpillar met a fluffy, yellow duckling.  Everything was beautiful.  They stared into each others tiny eyes.  The caterpillar said softly promise me you’ll never change.  I promise said the duckling.  But the next day the ducklings beak changed from pink to orange.  You broke your promise shouted the caterpillar.  The duckling grew bigger because it was turning into a duck.  It went to see where her pretty, green gem was.  The caterpillar was cross with the duckling.

He said crossly you broke your promise.  The next day they met.  The ducklings feet went from light orange to dark orange.  You broke your promise shouted the caterpiallr he went up the tree and the caterpillar cried himself to sleep.  Then the caterpillar turned into a butterfly.  The next day the caterpillar saw a duck.  Have you seen my fluffy, yellow duckling? The duck eat the butterfly.

 

Ruby – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the tree meets the grass a grey, fluffy cygnet met a beautiful caterpillar.  They gazed into each others tiny eyes and the cygnet’s friends were watching.  He was her beautiful, sparkly diamond and she was his grey, fluffy cloud.  ‘Promise you’ll never ever change’ whispered the caterpillar.

But as sure as rain pours the next time they met he had grown white feathers.  You have broken your promise shouted the caterpillar! Forgive me murmured the cygnet.  I don’t want these white feathers shouted the cygnet.  All I want is my grey, fluffy cloud promise you’ll never change again.  Then the cygnet grew his arms you have broken your second promise shouted the caterpillar.  This is your last chance or else… I won’t love you any more.  Then they cygnet went off then the cygnet completely changed.  Then the caterpillar cried and went into a cocoon.  But as sure as the roaring river changed and flowed the cygnet grew older.  When the cocoon cracked open and a delicate butterfly came out and she was wondering where her grey, fluffy cloud?  Then she dried her beautiful wings out and went to find her grey, fluffy cloud and when she found him the cygnet said loudly I love you and they both lived happily ever after.

Riley  – Duckling’s Promise

Where the rock meets the pond.  A duckling met a caterpillar and fell in love.  She was his fluffy cushion and he was her prickly sock.  ‘Promise you’ll never change’ ‘I promise’ he said.  As seasons change he couldn’t keep is promise.  But as sure as my baby brother cries he changed his feathers to smooth.

The next time they met the caterpillar said loudly you have broken your promise.  Forgive me said the duckling.  I’ll give you one more chance and go away!

Next time they met he had grown a big beak.  The caterpillar said loudly you have broken your promise for the second time forgive me said the duckling.  I don’t want this beeak all I want is my fluffy cushion and the duckling swam away.  The next time they met he had grown a smooth body.  You have broken your promise for the third time and he crawled up the holly tree and made a cocoon.  All mid night the caterpillar was a butterfly.  Would she forgive him?

There was a duck on the water and both laid an egg and died.

Lucille – Duckling’s Promise

Where the slime meets the bucket a caterpillar met a beautiful duckling.  The duckling met the caterpillar too.  They stared into each others tiny eyes and fell deeply in love.  She was his beautiful rainbow and he was her yellow sun.  Promise you’ll never love another.  I promise said the duckling softly.  They were in a beautiful pond of slime.  It was raining with slime it was very gloopy, so gloopy that the duckling slipped.  Are you allright? Said the caterpillar.  Yes I’m fine as can be, come honey lets go.  And they went home.  They swirled and whirled very elegantly and fell asleep.

But as sure as his body developed his first change.  The next time they had met he had grown bigger.  You have broken your promise.  Oh please forgive me I could not help it I don’t want this to happen I just want my beautiful rainbow and I just want my beautiful sun said the caterpillar.  But as soon as the weather changed the duckling could not keep his promise.  You have broken your promise twise now.  Oh please forgive me I don’t want to get bigger I  just want my beautiful rainbow and I just want my pretty sun said the caterpillar.  But as sure as the weather changed he could not keep his promise.  You have broken your promise.  Oh please forgive me I don’’ want to grow bigger I just want my rainbow.  I just want my yellow sun too now you have broken my heart good bye.  But….. uh she sighed my pretty sun has gone and she cried herself to sleep.

One summery morning the butterfly emerged and was a beautiful rainbow still but she wanted her beautiful sun.  So that day she fluttered down with her flamboyant wings as pretty as the sky.  Excuse me said the butterfly softly.  I’m glancing around for my pretty yellow…. But before she could say sun he gobbled her up in one big gulp.  He sat there wondering where she had gone.

Kaitlyn  – Duckling’s Promise

Where the lilly pad meets the water.  A duckling met a caterpillar.  They gassed into each others tiny little eyes.  Then they fell in love.  After they made a promise.  The promise was to live together also never change.  I promise said the duckling.  Then the next sunny morning…. They moved into the beautiful water.  It was burning hot in the fresh air.  I love everything about you said the caterpillar.  I love every single thing about you said the duckling quietly.  Then the duckling said it’s nice in the lovely pong.  Then the caterpillar said yes its so nice in here.  Later in the day they went to sleep quietly on the floor.  But as sure as they woke up it was morning.  So they had breakfast.  Then later the duckling… broke his promise because he grew a little bit.  You’ve broken your promise sad the caterpillar Oh please forgive me said duckling.  The caterpillar said OK I’ll forgive you two more chances.  Then the duckling said I love you to duckling.  But as soon as the weather changes the duckling changed again.  He changed also he changed because his arms went smooth.  You’ve broken your promise twice said the caterpillar angrily.  I’m fed up of you breaking you promise.  I’ll give you one more chance said the caterpillar.  Oh, oh thankyou said duckling.  Your welcome said caterpillar.  The next sunny morning he changed again because his voice went croaky!  You’ve broken your promise three times said caterpillar.  But next time they met he changed colour.  You’ve broken your promise 4 times so good bye.  Then the sad caterpillar crawled up the holly tree then put herself to sleep.

After a month she felt sorry.  So she went to try and find duckling.  But there was a crazy frog in the way.  Also caterpillar changed.  Because she changed into a butterfly.  The butterfly said nicely excuse me have you seen my beautiful yellow duckling.  The frog just ate her in one huge big gulp.  Then the duckling was worried about caterpillar.  They didn’t live happily ever after.

(Kaitlyn’s alternate ending.)

The cocoon wiggled and the cocoon fell loudly.  Also there was a hole in the cocoon.  So the delicate butterfly flew out of the small hole.  But one of her wings snapped quietly.  She couldn’t fly in the gorgeous sky.  There was a wing that wasn’t broken at all.  It was exactly the same as the other wing.  So the next boiling hot day she put the wing on her.  She was amazingly happy because she could fly I the sky again.  Then the next day she flied in the glimmering sky.  One day her brilliant friends flew in the fun sky.  Then every day also every week they played games like hide also seek in the clouds.  The butterfly felt really happy every day.

Archie  – Duckling’s Promise

Where the bridge meets the water a fluffy, yellow duckling met a fat, long, green caterpillar.  They laid looking into each others shiny, sparkly eyes.  They fell deep in love.

The next time they met the caterpillar said I’m so angree and so mad.  The caterpillar ran up the branch of the tree.  When she woc up she was mad.  I want to be a caterpillar.  Maybe I will forgive him.

Wezley  – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the grass meets the sun a grey, fluffy cygnet met a green caterpillar.  They fell in love.  He was her fluffy, white potato and she was his precious, green gem.  ‘Promise you’ll never change’ said the caterpillar. ‘I promise’ said the cygnet.

Cygnet grew white wings.  When they next met he broke his promise.  The caterpillar was angry.  The cygnet changed his beak to orange.  The caterpillar was cross.

The cygnet grew a long neck.  The cygnet was cross.  Then she cried to hide in a cocoon.  The cygnet turned into a swan.  Then they played.

Evie – The May Fly Lavor’s Promise

Where the moonlight meets the water a playful 3 feathered may-fly baby met a wonderful, long, spiky and green caterpilor.  They looked into each others sparkly eyes and he gergled you are the petal and I am the flowor.  He was her flowor and she was his petle.  Promise me you’ll never change I promise he gergled.  When the moon was half they met again YOU’VE BROKEN YOUR PROMISE the caterpillar yelled.  I’m sorry girgled the may fly baby I don’t wont this coulor.  You have 2 more chances OK gergled the mayfly baby.  But as shaur as the river flowed softly, they met again.  YOU’VE BROKEN YOUR PROMISE foregive me please. (Begged the mayfly sadly).  OK one more chance ok.  But as sure as the wind changed he met her.  YOU BROKE YOUR PROMISE and now you have broken my heart she said as she cried herself to sleep.  On a lovely summer day she woke up and looked around and said where is my playful, 3 feathered mayfly baby?  She asked a mayfly you mean me.  After that they flew into the summer day.

Logan  – A Maggot’s Promise

Where the tree meets the rock a maggot met a caterpillar.  He gazed into her eyes and fell in love.  He was her white pillow and she was his big, juicy bean.

Promise you never change said maggot.  I promise said caterpillar.

But as sure as my dad farts the maggot changed.  The maggot grew.  The caterpillar was sad.

A sure as the sun rises the maggot changed again.  This time he grew wings and became a fly.  His beautiful rainbow was sad when he had broken his promise.

The next time they met the fly had changed colour to emerald green.  The caterpillar said madly you broke your promise.  The last time they met he had grown ugly wings.

The snow was white and as the wefer changed the maggot changed into a fly.  You brock your promise 3 times you brock my heart.

She cried and turned in a cocoon. Then the caterpillar changed into a butterfly.  It’s just me but the butterfly couldn’t speak.  Fly ate the butterfly.

Willow  – Duckling’s Promise

Where the daisy meets the tree a duckling met a caterpillar.  He looked into her eyes and fell in love.  He was her yellow, fluffy pillow and she was his long, green stick.

The caterpillar feel in love with the mud.  He liked the duckling and he kissed.

 

Elizabeth – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the water meets the holly tree a cygnet met a caterpillar.  They gazed into each others eyes and fell in love.  He was her beautiful shiny, white feather bush.  She was his beautiful lovely, green pillow.  ‘Promise you’ll never change’ said the caterpillar quietly.  ‘I promise’ the cygnet murmured.

But as sure as rain pours.  The next time they met he had grown an orange beak.  You’ve broken your promise shouted the caterpillar in a loud shout.   Forgive me murmured the cygnet I couldn’t help it.  I don’t want this beak…. All I want is my beautiful green pillow’ All I want is my beautiful white feather bush.  Promise you’ll never change? Shouted the caterpillar.  ‘I promise’ murmured the tadpole.  But as sure as the summer comes the next time they met the cygnet couldn’t keep his promise because he had grown his neck bigger.  You’ve broken your promise three times.  Now you’ve broken my heart.  But your still my beautiful lovely, green pillow.  Well your not my shiny white feather bush! GOODBYE! And she climbed up the holly tree and cried herself to sleep’  WA WA ZZZZZZZZZZZZ.  And when she woke up she for forgived the cygnet.  She dried her wings and went to find him.  Where the water meets the holly a cygnet was swimming in the water.  She flew up and said have you seen my beautiful shiny, white feather bush ‘yes’ he answered.  The cygnet said ‘It’s me’.  Oh I love you I forgive you too and they lived both happily together.

James  – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the holly tree meets the water a cygnet met a caterpillar.  He gazed into her eyes and fell in love.  He was her fluffy teddy and she was his wiggly worm.  I love everything about you like your bright black nose.  ‘Promise you’ll never change?’ ‘I promise’ he said.  But as sure as the winter comes the cygnet could not keep his promise.

Next time they me he grew a shiny, coloured beak.  You broke your promise’ shouted caterpillar.  Forgive me cried the cygnet I don’t want to change.

The swan grew legs caterpillar said you broke your promise again.

Then cygnet grew longer wings.  Caterpillar was sad.  She crawled up the holly tree and cried herself to sleep.

Alice – Cygnet’s Promise

Where the leaf meets the waters edge a cute, little cygnet net a dry, green caterpillar.  They gazed into each others tiny eyes ‘I adore you’ said caterpillar quietly. ‘ I love, apresheate and adore you’ said cygnet cutely.  He was her handsome, little prince and she was his little, green hoover.  ‘Promise you’ll never change’ said caterpillar. ‘oh I promise’ said cygnet caringly.  They were in such a loving place it was beautiful because hawthorns were all around.

But as sure as Summer came he could not keep his promise he had grown a long neck! ‘You’ve broken your promise!’ roared caterpillar loudly and furiously.  ‘Oh forgive me I couldn’t help it I don’t want this long neck all I want it my little, green hoover.’ Said cygnet quietly and frigthendly.  ‘All right I forgive you’ said caterpillar boringly.

As Autumn came the cygnet could not keep his promise.  He had grown black eye and an orange beak.  ‘You’ve broken your promise the second time’ roared caterpillar angrily and furiously. ‘Oh forgive me I couldn’t help it I don’t want this orange beak and these black eyes all I want is my little, green hoover’ said cygnet scaredly. ‘All right I’ll give you one more chance’ roared caterpillar boringly.

But when Winter came the poor little cygnet could not keep his promise.  He was a swan.  ‘You’ve broken your promise the third time’ sad caterpillar angrily, loudly and furiously. ‘I couldn’t help it all I want is my little, green hoover’ Cygent said shiveringly.  I know but your not my handsome, little prince bye bye!’  She cried herself to sleep.