Descriptive Writing Worksheets To Print:
in the Bag! – You have to have a plan for this worksheet. I would outline the approach you plan to take before you start it.
The Five Senses
– If you want to make your work pop, include some sense words in
it. Make things lively and fun.
What Makes Sense?
– Match the picture to the words that fit it. Which sense is being used for each word that is present.
It Down – Underline the sentences, or parts of sentences, which
help form the best visual mental picture.
Classmate – You are holding the name of a classmate. SHHHHH!
It's a secret! You can find them for sure.
– Write one sentence to describe each of the four seasons with descriptive
words (adjectives.) Use at least 3 adjectives in each sentence.
Portrait – Students are going to create a "self portrait with
adjectives." You will get a strong sense of your students confidence with this sheet.
It's a Smile
– These are some well-known and often used similes.
and Taste It – You need to use adjectives that make your friend
experience the smell as vividly as you did when you first experienced
Five – Think of something you have tasted. It can be a good
taste or one that is not so tasty.
a Picture With Words – Fill in the blanks using the appropriate
parts of speech. You do not have to make the first noun a "cat."
Grow Up – Time to think ahead to your future. Even grown ups
have fun with this one.
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