E. Kissner emilykissner.blogspot.comUsing there is/there areIn the space below, draw a picture that contains the following items:three imaginary creaturesfour ice cream conesone buildingone Suntwo peoplesomething containing waterYou may include other items if you wish.
E. Kissner emilykissner.blogspot.comNow, trade pictures with your partner. You will use your partner’spicture to write four sentences. Write two sentences that start “There is”and two sentences that start “There are”. Be sure to include interestingadjectives and correct capitalization and punctuation in your sentence. Use “There is” when you are talking about one item only. Use “There is” when you are talking about items that cannot becounted—for example, sand, water, or air. Use “There are” when are talking about more than one item.188.8.131.52.