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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
This worksheet packet and test are all about helping students quickly and effectively nail the art of understanding/using figurative language!- Page 1: Simple clear definitions of Simile, Metaphor, Alliteration, and Personification are paired with easy to understand examples. Students are tasked wit
Scoot! A fast-paced, fun way to practice, review or assess! Setup: Arrange desks and/or tables in whatever manner you desire. Many teachers will place them in a large, rectangular perimeter, with space between each desk. If you prefer, you can leave your current classroom setup, but just make
4th - 12th, Adult Education
Use this sorting activity at the end of teaching these three figurative language skills: similes, metaphors, and personification. Students will cut, sort and glue on the sorting sheet. Answer key is included!
2nd - 5th
Figurative Language 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.
Note: This is a zip file containing a PDF and Word Doc. Activity: Students will create a poem that includes at least one simile, one metaphor, and one example of personification. Duration: 2 Class Periods (Note: This is just a poem writing activity. This does not include lessons on similes, met
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 Sort - Simile, Metaphor, Personification, & Hyperbole Directions: Students are given 20 sentences. They must sort the sentences into the correct figurative language category. This could be used as individual student assessment or laminated and place in a literacy center.
Figurative Language Figurative Language for January (January in Figurative Language )is a nine-page activity set in two parts with 25 items each. The month of January--its weather and special designations--is the inspiration for the original sentences, famous people quotes, and literature passage
Set of 26 task cards where students read a paragraph of 1-3 sentences and choose whether the underlined phrase is a simile, metaphor, or personification. Answer sheet is provided. Works great in skill-specific stations or whole group with a game of Scoot where one task card is at each desk and stude
Teach or review figurative language with this silly, engaging skit. It covers personification, metaphor, simile, and hyperbole. These figurative language pieces come to life with silly personalities as they are being interviewed by the four narrators. There are two copies of this skit included in
Figurative Language for April (Celebrating April with Figurative Language) is a 12-page activity organized in three parts with 25 items each. April's festive, fun list of special occasions forms the basis for the original sentences, famous people quotes, and poetry excerpts that illustrate the use
TOUCHDOWN! Get your students excited about scoring touchdowns while reviewing metaphors, similes, and personification. Students need extra exposure to these concepts to transfer them to long term memory. This full color football game will enable students to learn and have fun at the same time. The
This worksheet allows students to practice the differences among simile, metaphor and personification. It also gives them a chance to create each of these devices! This is a good supplement to an existing poetry, reading, or writing unit.
This Figurative Language Activity Bundle can be used for homework, classwork, independent work time, centers, etc. A FUN way to learn and review Simile, Metaphor, Personification, and Hyperbole! Included: -Simile Poster -Simile Word Search -Simile Crossword Puzzle -Simile Worksheet -Metaphor Poste
2nd - 7th
A zipped folder containing a PDF version and an editable version of each of the following files: - a 'fill in the blanks' worksheet on personification (which can be seen in the preview) - a similar 'fill in the blanks' worksheet on similes and metaphors, which also asks children to identify if the
2nd - 5th
Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Hyperbole GAME Cards and POSTERS Your students will never be confused again! Includes: -over 60 colorful cards (simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification) -10 ideas for games -BINGO template where students fill in the squares -8 paddle templates PLUS 6 Pos
3rd - 5th
❤❤❤❤ ❤❤❤❤❤❤Figurative Language Show Me the Card Activity❤❤❤❤ ❤❤❤❤❤❤If you enjoyed my free "There, They're, and Their" Activity, then you will enjoy this Figurative Language Activity, too! This is perfect for reviewing ✔similes ✔metaphors✔personification. This packet contains cute cards for an easy
Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Hyperbole GAME Cards 10 Fun activities and games for your students to play! Your students will never be confused again! Includes: -over 60 colorful cards -10 ideas for games -BINGO template where students fill in the squares -8 paddle templates
3rd - 5th
My fourth grade students need to know these literary elements, and I'm sure yours do too! These 24 ready-to-use quiz cards use simple sentences to quiz your students' knowledge of similes, metaphors, hyperboles, and personification. Answer key included.
3rd - 5th
This review game is for practice after teaching a lesson on figurative language. There are 25 questions (5 questions in 5 categories). The students will see a sentence with a figure of speech included (not marked). The student must determine what type of figurative language is being used (Simile,
Use this mixed review #2 for simile, metaphors, and personification to understand figurative language. Get several worksheets in my Figurative Language Bundle and save! Please follow me at LISAMILLERPHOTOS Check out my store for more items you may like! Novels with Interactive Notes: A Monste
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

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