Young writers craft the story of a special summer day, detailing the event and why the day was so memorable.
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- Begin the activity by reading passages like the following from Ray Bradbury's Dandelion Wine: "Hold summer in your hand, pour summer in a glass, a tiny glass of course, the smallest tingling sip for children; change the season in your veins by raising glass to lip and tilting summer in.”
- Encourage writers to use sensory appeals in their descriptions
- The seventh in a series of 11 creative writing prompts
- The exercise encourage the use of sensory details in descriptive writing