Images of winter.

Please add your comments to the voice thread below. If you have a microphone (a laptop should have an inbuilt microphone) you can add voice comments. If not you can type your comments.

I was hoping you could think of some descriptive words and phrases and examples of personification, similes, and metaphors to add to the different images.

There are four different images that you can comment on. To move between the different pictures just click on the picture you want to view on the bottom right hand corner. Press play to read or hear the comments that have already been made.

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I have added a couple of comments to the pictures already. Please help me by adding your comments too!

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16 thoughts on “Images of winter.

  1. For the snow man – jolly, festive, happy, warm
    For the traffic – black snow, slush, noise, pollution
    For the trees (love your words BTW!) – majetic, silent, satin,
    For the fence – waiting, protecting, on guard

  2. I think that this FANTASTIC website is really clever aswell Shawon!!! 🙂
    For the snow you could do: The soft,white snow was like a delicute,colourfull feather flowing from the blue sky or the plain white snow was like an enourmous,gigantic AVALANCHE tumbling down on the hard,rocky surface (ground) Do you agree? Is this a simile,personification or a metaphor? What do you think???!!! 🙂 🙂 😉 😉

  3. Impresive Bismah well done youve remembered a lot and came up with some fantastic similies but could someone please tell me how to leave a comment because its asking me to sign in.

    1. Mya- you do need to register for an account if you want to comment at home. You just need to provide your name and an email address. At school I can log in on my account and add your identity to my account if you are having trouble. Miss Martindale.

  4. i have been on the website and i think it is very cool i love doing the similes too zara 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 😛

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