ADJECTIVE SORT TEXTURE (how things feel) TASTE SOUND Cut into individual words to place in appropriate columns. Columns then copied into books and using a thesaurus add more examples. One word from each column used in a sentence slippery peppery tinkly spicy loud rough soft prickly pounding sweet hard bitter creaky smooth quiet hairy fruity crumbly sour noisy salty silent savoury squeaky Extension work based on sight and smell. This work can be expanded on in shared writing to demonstrate further use. e.g. John could hardly see his way along the gloomy passage. There was a musty smell and, as he felt along the crumbling walls, he felt spider webs brush against his face. The only sound he could hear was the rain pounding on the roof.