As a child grows, there comes a time when they see a picture and start weaving a story around it. They can narrate the story but it is not easy to pen down a paragraph. This pack will especially be useful for children who are learning English as a second language. ‘describe the pictures‘ worksheet Pack is a step towards picture comprehension,
To download Pack 1 of ‘describe the pictures‘, please head to my blog by clicking on the image below.
Sounds become words, words become sentences, sentences become paragraphs, and paragraphs become stories!
In the first describe the picture worksheet, the children have to write two sentences based on their interpretation of the picture. In the first pictures, an old couple is dancing. Could they be your grandparents?
In the next picture, two boys are in an apple orchard, and they are holding a basket of apples that have just been plucked.
One of the aims of this pack is to understand basic punctuation. A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. Rather than suggesting the child something first, hear what he/she has to say about the picture and then try to build on it if required.
There is no wrong or right when it comes to describing a picture. It is about how you interpret it and how creatively and vividly you can describe it.
Our main aim, however, is to help the child form meaningful sentences using correct punctuation. As of now, we shall focus on beginning the sentence with a capital letter and ending it with a period.
The describe the pictures worksheets can be cut along the dotted lines into four parts and then be attempted.
I hope our little writers enjoy doing these describe the pictures worksheets.
This ‘describe the pictures’ pack is a subscriber freebie.