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English Lesson - Describing a monster using similes

We wrote some really scary descriptions of monsters using similes.  Here is a great example from Tabassum

A foolish monster stood at the top of the cliff staring at us with his red, devilish eyes.  He had a pale, wrinkly face.  He peered around a tree and all to be seen was his pointy hair, as pointy as one hundred knives.  As he came back he covered the shimmering moonlight.  His wings were as big as the vast sky.  When he laughed so hard he shook the whole ground.  His teeth were as yellow as the sunlight.  You couldn’t even look at them.  The only thing he ate was…humans that dared to cross his labyrinth.
Are you brave enough to defeat him?
Tabassum Zaman, Y3