Descriptive and Sensory Language Worksheets:
Using Sensory Language - Yeah, make the reader taste what you are trying to convey or least help them better understand it.
Hear, Taste, Touch, and Smell - Make your friend love your postcard. Think of what you might see, hear, feel, taste, touch and smell if you were in the picture.
One Hot Summer - The West is really hot in the summer. Tim has an assignment to write a descriptive paragraph about his summer vacation out west. Help him write his paragraph.
The Old Watch - Using sensory language, write what comes next in the stories. Use a vivid imagination to write these.
The County Fair - Read each topic sentence. Think of what you might see, hear, feel, taste, touch and smell in each setting.
Mouthwatering Words - Replace each general sentence with a sensory sentence. Write the new sentence on the line.
Convey More - Each word to the right is very basic. Change that right quick. What words can you think of that add more impact.
Sensory Superhero - Write down as many of those careful details about each thing as you can. What words come to mind when you hear these?
Sensory Readers - Describe your classroom for someone who has never been there before. You know what to do.
Using Clues - Use the sensory language as clues to identify the object being described. Write the name of the object on the line.
Make It Jump Out! - Read each word. Think of a way to describe the object without using the word. Then write a descriptive sentence on the line.
Make Them Feel It - Practice using sensory language. Write a descriptive paragraph about something you did recently.
A Winter Day - Write a descriptive paragraph about winter. Use as many sensory words as you can? Make sure to avoid the word cold!