Making our writing more interesting!

Boring sentence: The young boy reached out to touch the lizard.

After looking at a picture of a boy and a lizard, students in 3/4W thought about how we could add a conjunction to our sentence to make it more interesting.

Amira - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard although his mother warned him to not touch the poisonous lizard.

Chris - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard since his strict mother was not there.

Max - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard although he was scared to.

Charlie - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard until the lizard stormed away.

Eloise - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard until the lizard ran away.

Libby - The young boy reached out out to touch the lizard until it scrambled away.

Luka - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard until it stormed away.

Lucas - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard before he scattered away.

Sarah - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard until it angrily bit him.

Sven - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard before the lizard jumped into the clear, sparkling water.

Alexander - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard before it sprinted away into the distance.

Georgia - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard when it was lunch time.

Jessica - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard although his mother was screeching for him to come and munch on his lunch.

Felix - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard so that he could feel the lizard for the first time.

Evan - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard because he was interested in tiny animals.

Angus - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard while he was sniffing some bread.

Konstantine - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard when he was at the colourful park.

Georgie - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard so that he could feel the lizard’s scaly skin.

Dhriti - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard although his mother shrieked and desperately called him back.

James - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard and before he could get a finger on the lizard, the lizard dashed off in fright.

Aditya - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard because he was going to catch the lizard.

Tara - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard although his  mother had warned him not to.

Mahir - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard when it was standing still.

Sowmya - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard before it ran off as fast as a scampering beetle.

Ashton - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard when it broke out from its cage and crawled away.

Tina - The young boy reached out to touch the lizard because he wanted to play with the lizard.