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Literal & Non-Literal Language (3.RL.4)
Here are 6 handouts to reinforce the common core reading literature standard of "Literal and Non-Literal Language". These resources can be used for practically anything (guided instruction, literacy centers, seat work, homework, assessments). This resource is also included in my third grade Harcourt
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Idioms (Literal & Non-literal Language)Truth or Dare Task Cards
This set of 24 "Truth or Dare" task cards covers the standard for 3rd grade over non-literal and literal (idioms) language. The 2 types of sample questions can be viewed in the previews above. This can be used as a group or partner learning game. Directions can be found on the second page of the PD
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Idiom Matching Game/ Literal & Non-Literal Word Meanings
Students match the idiom, the non-literal meaning of the idiom, and the picture to form a set of three cards. This activity can be played as a center game, as a whole class (with each child getting a different card and looking for their partner), or as individual work.
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Literal and Non-literal Meaning Task Cards (Birds)
Included in this set is 20 task cards with popular bird-related idioms. Use this set as a scoot or literacy center to reinforce nonliteral meanings. Also includes 2 recording sheets and an assessment.
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Figurative Speech Literal & Non-Literal Language Test
This is a great test to assess students' understanding of figurative language. RL.4- I can define literal and non-literal language.
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L.3.5.a; L.4.5.b Literal and Non-Literal Word Meanings; Idioms; MULTIPLE CHOICE
Figurative language, idioms, literal and non-literal word meanings This product aligns with L.3.5a and L.4.5b. It contains four worksheets with multiple choice questions. Students read each sentence, look at the underlined phrase, and choose what it means from the four possible responses. There ar
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Literal and Non Literal Word Meanings
Students choose two idioms and illustrate the literal and non-literal meaning of each word. For example, if the child chose "Zip your lips", they would write the idiom on the front of the worksheet. Then on the inside, they would illustrate the literal and non-literal version of the word. A teache
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Word Meanings - Literal and Non-Literal Meaning Grade 3
Includes a short text and a question pertaining to word meaning. In addition students must provide a written response as to why they select their answer; referring to information within the text.
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Simile and Metaphors - Literal and Non-Literal Language
This product is a great resource for teaching literal and no-literal, or figurative language. The two types of non-literal language this unit focuses on is similes and metaphors. Throughout this unit you have a pre-assessment and post assessment, vocabulary, task cards, recording sheet, and acti
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Literal and Non-literal Meaning Task Cards (Bugs)
Included in this set is 20 task cards with popular bug-related idioms. Use this set as a scoot or literacy center to reinforce nonliteral meanings. Also includes 2 recording sheets and an assessment.
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The Bee Tree by Patricia Polacco Literal & Non-literal Language Organizers
Have students determine the literal and non-literal meaning of this set of figurative language phrases from the text titled The Bee Tree by Patricia Polacco.
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Literal and Non-Literal Figurative Language Graphic Organizer
Use this graphic organizer to engage students in creating illustrations to help them distinguish the literal and non-literal meanings of figurative language phrases.
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Literal and Non-Literal Figurative Language Escape Room
This NO PREP Literal and Non-Literal Figurative Language Escape Room is just what you need to teach point of view using informational text in your classroom! In this packet, this Literal and Non-Literal Figurative Language Escape Room comes in both color and black and white to save on ink!This escap
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Song Lyrics Literal and Non-Literal Graphic Organizer
Use popular music to help students distinguish between literal and non-literal language. Product Note: Prints best on legal-sized (8.5 x 14) paper.
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Figurative Language Song Lyrics Literal and Non-Literal Graphic Organizer
Use popular music to help students distinguish between literal and non-literal language using this kid-friendly figurative language graphic organizer. Product Note: A legal-sized version of this graphic organizer is available in my TPT store.
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Literal and Non-Literal Figurative Language Quiz Quiz Trade Game
Engage students in this fun cooperative learning Literal and Non-Literal Language Quiz Quiz Trade Game. What's included? 30 Quiz Quiz Trade Game Cards
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Literal and Non-Literal Language Anchor Chart
Guide students' thinking as they distinguish literal language from non-literal language using this kid friendly anchor chart.
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Literal and Non-Literal Language Graphic Organizer Activity Sheet
Use this activity sheet as an exit ticket assessment on distinguishing literal and non-literal language.
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Literal and Non-Literal Meanings with Amelia Bedelia (3.RL.4)
Amelia Bedelia books are ideal for teaching students about the difference between literal and non-literal meanings of words and phrases. This activity is do be completed after reading Amelia Bedelia by Peggy Parish. Designed to meet the third grade Common Core standard - Reading Literature 4, but
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Literal vs. Non-literal Meanings (Figurative Language)~ L.3.5
In this pack you will get all the printables you'll need to teach literal vs. non-literal language (figurative language). Aligned to CCSS L.3.5. What You Get: ~Literal vs. Non-Literal Word Meaning Note Taker: Use to introduce key vocabulary, definitions, examples and illustrate examples. Teach
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Idioms and Non-Literal Language:  Using Context Clues to Determine Meaning
This product contains activitie to support using context clues to determine the meaning of non-literal language. Idioms are presented throughout these activities. This product contains activities such as an interactive non-literal language book students can make and complete, matching game, non-li
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58 Task Cards Idioms Non-Literal Language 3.RL.4
Need to take your non-literal language practice to the next level? These task cards require open-ended answers by looking at the context clues rather than picking a multiple choice answer. These are great for printing and stashing in a center! I also made an answer sheet that breaks the cards into t
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Literal vs. Non-Literal Organizer
Use these organizers to help your kids figure out literal and non-literal meanings of words and phrases. They are best paired with short passages that can provide context clues for those words/phrases (not included). I've also included the same organizer, but for "Idioms". The organizers come in tw
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Halloween Non-literal language, Multiple Meaning, and Directions
This is a Halloween themed matching of non-literal phrases to the meaning using witched and cauldrons. Next help the multiple meaning trick or treat mummy find his matching definition on the candy corn. If you dare, take a chance at following the gruesome directions that will leave your students r
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