Today in writing we looked at how describing words can change a sentence. We use describing words to help our reader make a picture in their head when they read.

We each had a go at putting some describing words into the sentence “One day I went for a walk along the beach”. Here’s what we came up with!

One hot, sweaty day I went for a run along the sandy beach. Daniel

One loud, rainy day I went for a jog along the rainy beach. Chelsea

One funny day I went for a happy, noisy waddle along the busy beach. Sophie

One sunny, busy day I went for a big stroll along the hot, sandy beach. Molly

One Monday I went for a run along the Melbourne beach. Lilly

One silly day I went for a run along the wavy beach. Hayden

One stormy day I went for a jog along the rainy beach. Anthony

One rainbow day I went for a ride along the sunny beach. Azariah

One hot, sunny day I went for a walk along the wavy beach. Emily

One hot day I went for a jog along the sunny beach. Noah

One cold afternoon I went for a fast walk along the beach. Archer

One Monday afternoon I went for a run along Melbourne beach. Abigail

One rainy day I went for a jog along the crazy beach. Rhianna

One Autumn day I went for a jog along the Queensland beach. Tegan

One freezing day I went for a long walk along the quiet beach. Jay

One hot, sunny day I went for a fast walk along the sandy beach. Brody

One mysterious day I went for stroll along the peaceful beach. Samuella

One sunny day I went for a short walk along the hot beach. Ford

One chilly, cold day I went for a run along the freezing, wavy beach. Micah

One busy day I went for a slow walk along the loud beach. Jhett

One morning I went for a jog along the cold beach. Cain

One rainy day I went for a speedy walk along the paradise beach. Skylah

One cold day I went for a walk along the silent beach. Ishmeet

One cloudy, wet day I went for an evening walk along the quiet, deserted beach. Miss Symons

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