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Evaluate Writing Using Adventurous Language

In this worksheet, students will practise spotting interesting adjectives and adverbs and editing sentences to improve them.

'Evaluate Writing Using Adventurous Language' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Year:  Year 2 English worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Composition

Curriculum subtopic:   Evaluate Writing

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Worksheet Overview

Evaluating writing...what does that mean?


little girl thinking


Imagine you’ve built a block castle. You're super proud of it, but you want to make it even better, right? So, you step back and look at it from different angles. You check if the towers are strong, if the drawbridge works, and if it looks awesome!


colourful wooden building blocks


Evaluating writing is like that! We write something, then take a step back to see if it's the best it can be.


Here's why it's important:


 To make it clear: Is your story easy to understand, like showing your castle to a friend? Are there confusing parts they might ask about? Fixing those makes it clearer for everyone!

To make it fun to read: writing that's confusing or boring isn't fun to read!


To improve our skills: The more we build Lego castles (and write!), the better we get at it! Evaluating our writing helps us to learn and grow as writers.


To make it mind-blowing!: Evaluating gives you the chance to make your writing more exciting! Are there funny words you can use? Can you describe things in a way that helps people to imagine them?


surprised boy


So, evaluating writing helps us to build the best stories, poems, or letters we can, just like making the coolest brick castle around!

Let’s try evaluating some writing together. It can be like judging a block castle contest!


girl wondering and colouring

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