Interesting Sentences

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Interesting Sentences
Interesting sentences have detail and description.
Boring example: The kitten jumped.
Interesting example: Frisky grey kittens jumped playfully with each other in the soft green grass.
To make interesting sentences, try to use the following pattern.
Adjective
Describes a noun
Examples
wrinkled
graceful
sparkling
beautiful
smallest
soft
rotten
many
fluffy
Noun
Names a
person, place
or thing
Verb
Shows action or
links ideas in a
sentence
Adverb
Describes a
verb or tells
how, when or
where an
action is done
team
building
Wisconsin
Sue
state
classroom
school
donut
cookie
swing
jump
leap
move
hop
explore
change
eat
play
brightly
quickly
suddenly
yesterday
seldom
often
nearby
inside
outside
Preposition + Phrase
Phrase beginning with a preposition and ending
with a noun
above
across
after
along
at
before
behind
beneath
by
for
from
in
near
of
on
to
under
with
Sentence examples
Soft fluffy
clouds
floated
gently
in the sky on a summer day.
Colorful circus
clowns
performed
wildly
in the center ring in the big tent.
Excited 3rd grade
students
ran
quickly
on the playground during recess.
Fat pink
pigs
raced
speedily
to cool off in the mudhole at the farm.
Page 2 gives you a worksheet to practice creating your own interesting sentences
Adjective
Describes a noun
Noun
Names a
person, place or
thing
Verb
Shows action or
links ideas in a
sentence
Adverb
Describes a verb or
tells how, when or
where an action is
done
Preposition + Phrase
Phrase beginning with a preposition and
ending with a noun
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