Writing with Sensory Detail
Sensory details use the five senses (sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing) to help your readers feel like they are IN the story, experiencing it, rather than just hearing about it. When writers describe a sound, we imagine hearing it in our heads. When they describe a sight in great detail, we paint a picture in our mind.
BrainPop Video & Quiz
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