This is a simple practice activity for studying MISPLACED MODIFIERS.
With this activity students have a sentence and are asked to draw what the sentence says. The sentence has a MISPLACED MODIFIER in it, so the students have to draw something that will looks like it makes no sense.
Having the students draw what is in a sentence with a MISPLACED MODIFIER creates a visual representation of these as ERRORS. Students automatically see how to fix the MISPLACED MODIFIER once they are asked to draw the erroneously placed descriptions.
There are 2 on a page, so I make multiple copies, cut them in half and give each student 1.