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Descriptive sentences. Our class target is to add detail to our sentences to tell the reader a little bit more. Simple sentences. Simple sentences are usually include just a noun and verb. The dog barked. verb (action word). Noun (naming word). Expanding sentences. next to. under.

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descriptive sentences

Descriptive sentences.

Our class target is to add detail to our sentences to tell the reader a little bit more.

simple sentences
Simple sentences.
  • Simple sentences are usually include just a noun and verb.

The dog barked.

verb (action word)

Noun (naming word)

expanding sentences
Expanding sentences

next to

under

beside

  • We can use the following words to add a detail describing WHERE the action happened.

beyond

around

before

on

behind

in front of

inside

below

at

changing simple sentences make a simple then detailed sentence
Changing simple sentences.Make a simple then detailed sentence.

the dog

detail

a girl

at the silver moon

the cow

beyond the snow capped mountains

noun

verb

leapt

towards the smugglers cave.

barked

danced

playing with word order
Playing with word order.

Sentences can be very repetitive if we always start them in the same way.

Very often we begin with the noun.

The boy looked at the sparkling stars.

A clown juggled 3 balls over his head.

changing the word order start with the noun then with a different sentence part
Changing the word order.Start with the noun then with a different sentence part.

the dinosaur

detail

a ghost

across the dusty land

A goblin

noun

through the underground passages

verb

lurked

in the deserted museum

hid

strode

your task
Your task.
  • L.O to add detail to interest the reader.
  • Choose 3 sentence cards from your table.
  • Experiment with the word order.
  • Record your sentence in your literacy book.