The big bear stood by the water. He looked at his shadow in the big lake. He thought that he looked nice . He went to take a drink of water. A fish went by. The bear wanted to eat the big fish. He ate up the fish and went away.
You probably noticed that the author used words that were not that exciting. Brainstorm some words or phrases you could use, instead of the underlined words, that would make the story more lively and memorable for the reader. Revise the story adding precise, colorful words. Share your new more interesting story.
Notice how an author's voice and choice of words makes a story unique.