My hair is a vast forest.
I sat by the river. I lived by the sea. I died by the lake.
Pants are like legs.
Dogs dodge digging dandelions.
The truck winked at me.
Jill choked and said, "These cookies are like Texas dust!"
Lazy lizards lounge.
He clattered and clanged as he washed the dishes.
The glasses smiled at me.
Cute cats chase toys.
The clouds are like cotton candy.
My life is a dream.
Hiss, slurp, hush, scream - -MOM!
Hopping hens shop for shoes.
My hand is as cold as snow.
The shirt said, "Wear me!"
I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me.
I am a cloud.
The cars dance across the icy roads.
Listen to the bee buzz by.
The wind sang her mournful song through the night breeze.
You'll never put a better bit of butter on your knife.
My new puppy is light as a feather.
Chug! The little train rolled over the tracks.
The dog was as sad as the color blue.
The car engine coughed and sputtered as it came to a stop.
Bang! Splat! The fly is dead!
My father is a computer.
Our social studies teacher says that her globe means the world to her.
Seven slippery sankes sat on the sidewalk.
My baby sister is as cute as a bug in a rug.
The rain kissed my cheek as it fell.
I've told you a million times to complete your homework!
This is a fine mess you've got us into.
The toy store sign read, "Don't feed the animals. They are already stuffed."
Alice's aunt ate apples and acorns in August.
Susie wore baggie tights to dance class.
The starfish only swims at night.
Mike's microphone made music.
The daffodils nodded their yellow heads at the walkers.