Making Sense of Sensory Details

Making Sense of Sensory Details

Sensory words are descriptive words that appeal to the senses, such as sight, sound, taste, smell, and touch. In this grammar worksheet, Making Sense of Sensory Details, children practice using sensory details to make their writing more vivid. Students draw from a sensory word bank to rewrite a series of four sentences. This resource, designed for a second grade reading and writing curriculum, helps students get into the habit of using adjectives to add details to their writing.

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