This holiday-themed study of figurative language is composed of a series of original sentences, popular song lyrics, and a verse from a familiar Christmas poem. Organized into three parts with twenty-five items each, students are challenged to identify and interpret the six featured figures of speech--simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, alliteration, and onomatopoeia.
A total of 16 pages--including full answer keys, a list of the targeted figures of speech with definitions and examples, the cover page, and links to other free and for-sale Christmas products.
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Puns from the North: Santa Takes the Pole Position
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A Thanksgiving Feast of Figurative Language
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