Today we are going to be writing a character description about Paddington bear.
I think we could do even better.
Watch this to see Paddington.
Here is a good example of a character description.
Stood there in the corner of Paddington station, was a small, furry bear with fur the colour of chocolate. He was carrying a battered suitcase which he held tightly in his paws. The bear had a small brown tag around his neck with the letters simply saying ‘Please look after this bear. Thank you.’ His red hat sat wonky on his head, and his fur looked as though it was in need of a brush and a good wash. The bear looked around anxiously with his eyes as dark as the night sky. He waited patiently in the hopes that someone would notice him stood by himself.
Things to consider:
- The characters fur
- The characters outfit
- The characters facial features
- The characters personality
- What the character is doing/holding/saying and how they are doing this.
Bronze – Adjective and coordination focus – using talking tins put adjectives into the sentence to describe Paddington.
Silver – To use adjectives, similes, and inference into a character description.
Gold – Use adjectives, similes, conjunctions, and inference into a character description.