Where will the wave break?
Will it breach the sea wall?
Why do you think some people enjoy danger?
Have you ever been in danger? What did it feel like?
Are there different types of danger?
Using your imagination, can you draw what might be underneath or behind the wave?
Some people love living dangerously. For some people, the thrill of a near miss is what they crave their whole lives; the moment of panic that rises up from the pit of your stomach like your blood has turned to ice, but then washes over you like blissfully warm water as the danger passes.
This was one of those moments. You could hear the sharp intake of breath as the crest of the fifty metre wave frothed and foamed like the mouth of an angry Kraken. There were only seconds left to wait...
A simile is a figure of speech comparing one thing with another using 'as' or 'like', used to make a description more emphatic or vivid.
Can you identify the similes in my writing?
Can you write a paragraph to describe the wave, including one or two similes?
These sentences are 'sick' and need your help to get better!
The people stood on the wall. In front of them was a big wave. It was really big.