This document is packed full of examples of hyperbole. Give this to students for an introductory lesson to hyperbole. Use it for a study guide, or have students write their own sentences with hyperbole using the list of examples for ideas. Definition of hyperbole is included at the top of page.
This kid-friendly exercise presents funny examples of hyperbole that kids are familiar with and will have no difficulty pointing out the exaggeration in. It begins with a fill-in-the-blank definition and is followed by directions to highlight the exaggeration. There is room for them to write a sente
This coloring book has 10 common hyperboles for students to color. This is a PDF file. I am okay if you post on personal sites, such as Google classroom or Canvas, or sending to students through email for distance learning. Please do not post of public sites. (These are NOT editable files.)Tutorial
This power point includes notes for personification and hyperbole. It also includes practice opportunities and a poem with examples for each. This gives students the opportunity to practice each of these terms and see how they are used in poetry.
These 30 ready-to-use figurative language printables (or google slides) are perfect for learning to identify and write seven common types of figurative language: simile, metaphor, idioms, hyperbole, personification, onomatopoeia, and alliteration. Each type of figurative language includes an introdu
Poetry Terms Presentation with Song Lyrics Examples: Song lyrics are one of the easiest ways to teach poetry terms/devices such as alliteration, metaphor, simile, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, irony, and rhyme.
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These are nine posters on figurative language. Each poster has a clear definition and a set of examples. It is helpful for students to practice each one through discovery and practice.
In the past, I have typically introduced them in the order of: onomatopoeia, alliteration, simile, and personi
Figurative Language for December (Deck the Halls with Figurative Language) is a holiday-themed study of figurative language presented as a series of original sentences, popular song lyrics, and a verse from a familiar Christmas poem.
Organized into three parts with twenty-
Figurative Language for November ( A Thanksgiving Feast of Figurative Language) is a figure-of-speech study constructed around the loosely woven story of a family's Thanksgiving get together.
Organized in three sections (Appetizers, Main Course, After Dinner Activities) of twenty-five items each.
Poetry Terms Quiz Use this quiz and answer key to check your students' understanding of the literary devices or figures of speech you have taught during your poetry unit (metaphor, simile, hyperbole, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, oxymoron, hyperbole). =================================
Figurative Language for October (October in Figurative Language) focuses on the events and celebrations that take place in October. The original sentences, featuring one or more examples of figurative language, are organized into three different lessons with 25 items each. Stu
When children choose the way they want to learn they become more accountable, more engaged and more invested in the material. In this resource, students choose the way they want to learn about figurative language. When students open the Google Form, they are presented three ways in which they can le
These seven posters are the perfect aid for your study of figurative language. They each have a definition and example to explain a specific type of figurative language. Words included: simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, personification, idiom, alliteration.
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These figurative language posters are perfect to display in any classroom as a reference tool for your students! Each poster contains the term, its definition, as well as an example. There are 2 sets of the posters. One set with a black and white header and the other with a multi-color header. Ea
Figurative Language Power Point. This power point is a great tool to help you teach figurative language. Metaphor, simile, hyperbole, alliteration, metonymy, onomatopoeia, euphemism, allusion, oxymoron and personification each have a definition slide with example sentences, followed by a slide with
I have bundled twelve figurative language lessons with activities, writing projects and examples for 4th and 5th graders.Lessons include: Idioms, Hyperbole, Similes & Metaphors,Cliché’s, Personification, Onomatopoeia, Irony, Alliteration, Imagery, Adages & Proverbs. With each lesson you will
Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Hyperbole GAME Cards and POSTERS
Your students will never be confused again!
-over 60 colorful cards (simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification)
-10 ideas for games
-BINGO template where students fill in the squares
-8 paddle templates
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Two different themes; color on black backgrounds and color on white shiplap!
Students will be able to define and identify figurative language using these posters. They include kid-friendly definitions and examples from well-known pop songs.
Figurative language terms include:
$6.00 This is a comprehensive unit with a focus on personification, idiom, and hyperbole infused with common core standards (CCSS) and skills.
Personification worksheets include:
• Locating Personification in Sentences
• Personification True and False
• Personification Fill in the Blank
Students are introduced to and view examples of the four key figures of speech. They then read fifteen sample sentences and identify the figure of speech in each as well as underline where it appears in the sentence. Finally, they try and write their own example of each figure of speech type. Perfec
This is a 68 slide presentation for the introduction of figurative language. It covers: Simile, Metaphors, Personification, Hyperboles, and Idioms. It is interactive and engaging. Each category has examples and explanations. There is a short review at the end of the presentation.
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Take your students on a journey through poetry! They will love searching on these kid-friendly websites to watch videos, read poems and navigate the examples of figurative language terms right before their eyes. This WebQuest offers just enough of a challenge to keep students interested.
Figurative Language for September features month of September, with its Labor Day festivities and a host of other fun events. Original sentences, which demonstrate one or more examples of figurate language, are organized into three lessons with 25 items each. Students are challenged to identify a