Sensory details are an important tool in literacy. Not only do they help us as writers be more descriptive, but they also help us as readers to visualise and comprehend a piece of text better.
Use this chart to help students organise sensory details they notice in a piece of text, or to brainstorm details they can include in their own writing.
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