Grade 1 Speaking / Listening - Description
Learn to use description in your writing.

Grade 1 Speaking / Listening - Description

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Descriptions should eventually be added to a first grader's writing. Sometimes, students may already include this in their first drafts of a writing assignment. However, others may need reminding. Adding people, places, things and events to a story should take place in their writing in order to make the story more interesting. In this quiz, the students will pick the sentence that describes and uses relevant details.

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1.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
The bus is here.
Mary gets off the yellow bus.
Mary goes to her mom.
They are hugging.
This sentence contains the most descriptive words including the girl's name and the place.
2.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
She is happy.
The girl sits.
The girl pours salt on her pizza.
The girls and boys are there.
This sentence details what is happening so that it could be pictured in someone's mind.
3.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
There is fog right here.
It is raining.
I know about fog.
The fog is near the trees.
This sentence describes the picture about the fog.
4.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
The girl likes rice.
Rice tastes good.
I eat rice.
Rice and meat are on the plate.
This sentence provides many details about the things and where they are.
5.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
There is a lot of heat.
Heat shines from the hot sun.
I see the sun.
I like the sun.
This sentence is descriptive and relates to the picture.
6.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
I can draw a heart.
There is a heart.
The girl makes a heart with her hands.
I have a heart.
This sentence describes the picture with every detail from the picture.
7.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
There is lots of rain from the sky.
Rain comes down.
I see the rain.
The boy is eating the rain.
This sentence shows exactly what is taking place in the picture. It includes the boy and the rain. It also includes what he is doing.
8.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
There are two women.
They like to run.
The two girls are running in the park.
The women run fast.
This sentence shows the people and where it is taking place. It also includes what they are doing.
9.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
Sand is on the beach.
The boys make houses with the sand.
The boys like sand.
The boys are at the beach.
This sentence details what the boys are doing and where they are doing it.
10.
Look at the picture.
Which sentence describes it?
The woman likes to wear shoes.
The man and woman tie their shoes.
The man has shoes on.
They are going running.
The sentence describes the people and what they are doing.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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