We have been learning how to add details and elaboration to our writing. Writing with specific details helps the reader visualize, so they feel that they are right in the story. If you use the right details you can paint a picture with words.
When we describe a setting or an object, it is good to add details for what the character can see, hear, feel, smell, or taste. That way the reader can feel like they are right there.
Here are a few examples of our descriptive writings about an autumn day in Connecticut.