We looked to make some boring sentences really sizzle!
Year 4: To improve boring sentences by adding adjectives
Year 5: To improve boring sentences by adding adjectives and an embedded clause
Year 6: To improve boring sentences by altering the sentence starter, adding an embedded clause and adding a simile for description
The six rapid rabbits, which were covered in white and black fur, ran across the green lawn.
Last night, at half past twelve, I had a strange visitor.
The lovely maid, who was shaking like a leaf, was pouring the herbal tea.
Six rabbits, who were as joyful as tiggers, ran across the muddy lawn.
A dark red dragon, who was as tall and heavy as two skyscrapers, breathed fire on five four year olds, who were petrified.
Six cute rabbits, that were munching carrots, ran across the green lawn.
The girl, who was as stupid as a dinosaur, was playing dangerously when the chair toppled onto her.
A chair, which had three legs, fell over onto a clumsy girl.
Grumpily, a maid, who was as small as a ladybird, poured the steamy tea.
Bob, who was the laziest being in the whole world, cut the grass like a rhino trying to play tennis.
The ginormous,golden and sparkly throne fell over on a girl and squashed her like a fly…
The young dragon, who had rabies, breathed fire on the measly children.
The golden lion, who was a brave king,jumped on the hopeless mouse.
The lion, who swished his golden mane, jumped on the defenseless mouse.
Rapidly, six rabbits, as white as clouds, ran across the brown, muddy lawn.
Six rabid rabbits ran across the crazy lawn.
Six cute rabbits, that were eating their yummy food, ran across the fresh, juicy, green grass.
With a steady hand, the maid, who looked like a monkey, poured the sour tea.
Secretly, six naughty rabbits, who all looked like mutations, precariously ambled across my sublime garden.
Six baby rabbits ran across the freshly mowed lawn.
A chair made of gold fell clumsily over a little girl.