Descriptive Writing

This week we have been learning to write good setting descriptions. The children had to then use these skills in their own writing. Here is 3 examples of their work:

Lauren E and Michelle

After lunch, we set off to the boring museum. Our rusty car chugging along the long bumpy road. When we arrived, I stared at the silver metal gates which lead to the museum. I dragged myself slowly towards them, wishing the museum never existed!


As she arrived, the sky began to darken and it began to drizzle with rain. They hurried into the shelter of the museum. Inside it was posh and there were beautiful, glittering chandeliers. It looked brand new.

“Let’s go and explore” said Becky gazing all around her.

They came to the first wooden door, it creaked open. You could tell it was really old.


Seeing the hieroglyphics above the old rotten, wooden door I strode confidently through the doors. Straight ahead of me was a magnificent golden Egyptian head, shining out like the sun. Curiously glancing at the information, I found out he was King Peppy.

5 thoughts on “Descriptive Writing

  1. Hi mrs Kearney I think your class, has done a fantastic job. We have been doing something similar called persuasive writing .

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