Using Descriptive and Sensory Language Writing Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: W.6.3.D

Core Standard

Writers that are working to describe something have to pay attention to every little detail to help their readers enjoy what they are trying to share. Good descriptive writing often uses figurative language that is precise and lends itself to using sensory language to make people, events, and concepts lively. When preparing to write in this fashion you should ask yourself what you want your reader to see, hear, taste, smell, or feel. These worksheets will have students practice using descriptive forms of writing and employing sensory language throughout it.









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