Common Core Language Standard L.4.5a: Recognize and explain simple similes and metaphors and interpret them in context.
This is a two-page printable ideal for grades 3-6 and assumes students know the very basic definition of a simile and a metaphor. Students practice the above common-core standard on sixteen different questions. They read each item and identify what two things are being compared, whether it is a simile or metaphor, and what the simile or metaphor means. See the Preview page to see how it is designed. This is a simple and effective way to cover the common core standard above. Answers provided.
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