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Excellent similes and metaphors with fun creative lessons, activities, creative writing projects and task cards.With this resource you will find an introduction lesson with guided activities for and follow-up responses, writing projects,individual worksheet activities, example list and twelve differ
This easy Mother's Day craft was designed for 2nd-6th graders. Students are given a graphic organizer/planning page that teaches them about similes and metaphors. After writing various similes and metaphors about their mothers, they use the easy card template and put their similes/metaphors into a
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2nd - 5th
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Assess students’ deeper understanding of cell parts and their functions with this “cell simile” booklet. Students choose an object to compare a cell and its organelles to. Print out a checklist along with the seven cell organelle pages and staple them together to create a booklet for each student. A
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5th - 8th
Did you know Jimmy Carter is like a flower? Get students to think outside of the box with this engaging two-part simile writing project. Full teacher script included with scaffolding to make this activity accessible to all your students. Included in this Product:Lesson 1 - Jimmy Carter is like a fl
This is a fun Halloween project for students. After they write their final drafts and draw their monsters on index cards, they glue them to black or orange construction paper that is cut in half. If you are happy with this product, please leave positive feedback. I welcome all feedback and comme
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This is a 2 to 3 day project that asks students to compare and contrast cell organelles with real-life or maybe even a fictional structure. It has accommodations and modifications, a rubric, labels for pasting, and a puzzle. I have used this lesson for years now and have greatly enjoyed posting the
Students demonstrate understanding of similes and metaphors through a variety of product choices. Suitable for individual and group work. **Product is a .doc file and may be edited to fit your needs.
A fun, exciting unit teaching your students how to write similes and use them in their own writing to spice up their word choice! A cute caterpillar art project to display with your students' writing is included! The unit includes: Teaching similies with "Pop Rocks" and graphic organizers. Sample
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6th
This lesson plan helps connect language arts to the science curriculum. Students work on brainstorming, peer editing and persuasive essays to combine an object with multiple parts and a cell. The project can be used within a unit or as the culminating activity or test. The lesson plan walks you t
Task sheet/graphic organizer. Students choose a simile from the book, explain what it means, and create a visual representation of the simile.
This includes three different projects for idioms, metaphors, and similes. They can be adapted to meet the needs of your students. Have students use their words and their artistic skills to show their understanding of figurative language!
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3rd - 6th
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goes along with Thanksgiving Turkey Simile Project Activity
Great Mothers Day project for kids to do on their own that includes similes! Just make copies and have students finish the 6 similes, color, cut, glue, and they're done!
This project can be used as a final activity on a study of similes. I let the students come up with a simile and then we create their poster based on what they wrote. I let them decide which pictures they want to use. The template can be changed to fit your needs.
Get your third, fourth and fifth grade students independently reading and writing their own poetry and publishing their own poetry collection with this print AND DIGITAL poetry project perfect for distance learning! Even your reluctant learners will enjoy writing poetry with this set! An easy to
Figurative language made FUN! This complete Figurative Language Unit includes Foldables, Worksheets, Lapbook, Posters, Sort Cards, Bookmarks, Definition Cards, and Notes! Teach 9 types of figurative language: similes and metaphors, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, alliteration, allusion, idiom, personific
Everything you need to use Rick Riordan's award winning fantasy novel, "The Lightning Thief" effectively in your classroom! A no-prep standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities
Here's a hands-on, creative way for your students to practice identifying similes, metaphors, and alliteration within sentences! This is an engaging activity where your students read the sentences on 20 superhero "shields". They identify whether the sentence is a simile (belonging to Sammy Simile),
Everything you need to use Gennifer Choldenko's award winning novel, "Al Capone Does My Shirts" effectively in your classroom! A no-prep standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activiti
No-Prep novel study for "Shiloh", a standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities and enrichment projects. Teacher friendly engaging lessons to use with this award winning novel by
Everything you need to use Jean Craighead George's award winning novel, "My Side of the Mountain" effectively in your classroom! A no-prep standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activi
No-Prep novel study for "Sign of the Beaver", a standards based interactive notebook literature guide with follow-up reading response questions for every chapter as well as vocabulary, writing projects, activities and enrichment projects. Teacher friendly engaging lessons to use with this award win
For ANY novel! This fun, interactive flippable is a great tool to study literature. Students will love learning literary elements like setting, plot, characterization, conflict, resolution and theme in this non-threatening format. It makes a great variation from the traditional book report. Each f

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