At the lower primary level, the sequential 4-picture composition prompt helps the younger pupils write a logically sequenced story. However, since all the students are writing the exact same story, how can your child make his or her writing stand out from the crowd?
Being able to use precise verbs and nouns, even at the lower primary level, allows the reader to engage with the story, picturing each scene clearly. In this composition, Kylan has used precise verbs such as “noticed” and “spotted” instead of “saw” in his writing.
Kylan’s use of Show, Not Tell emotions also gave the reader a vivid description of how the character, Bob, expressed his horror.
When your child adds these little details to his or her writing, the story automatically becomes more exciting! Kylan employed the use of a few descriptive techniques, allowing him to produce this masterpiece.