When we are writing a story or a poem we need to remember that we have five senses. It makes the writing more interesting, for instance;

The night was as black as coal. Yellow lights were flickering in the distance. The wind whistled in the overhanging branches.
The smell of decay made me feel sick as I squelched along the
muddy path through the forest. I could taste the salty sweat that trickled down my cheek into my mouth. The warm wind tugged at my flapping shirt.

Try to write some sentences using as many of the five senses as

possible describing:

1) Swimming in the sea.

2) Running away from something.

3) Getting up and cleaning your teeth.

4) Climbing a mountain.

the misty blue horizon
the mouldy smell of damp walls
His arm brushed against the sticky cobwebs ...
... and the bitter taste of unripe fruit ...
... and seagulls screamed overhead ....
SHIVA Charity pages

Home Page
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Children to Sponsor in Nepal
Children to sponsor in Sri Lanka
Cost Of Projects
Galleries.updates, videos, resources
Maths, English Lessons and general education
Ginette Harrison
St Michael's School Gallery
Northpoint School Gallery
Videos on You Tube
Printable Child Sponsorship Form (UK)
Online Child Sponsorhip Form
Give As You Earn Scheme
Ways To Donate
Travel Information Sri Lanka
Travel Information Nepal
World Charities page
The Aandhimul Project
Make your own fundraising page
Donate Directly from Anywhere in the world
SHIVA Charity (UK) puts these free educational pages on its web site in order to be used primarily in Nepal, and Sri  Lanka, where lessons are mostly repetitive "chalk and talk" and curriculum restrained. We are involved in teachers' resources training there, and hope that schools in the UK and elsewhere will support SHIVA Charity's cause with funding. Please visit our main pages to see the work we do, and how we raise money for individual projects and for child sponsorship.