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This figurative language project has evolved throughout this school year teaching figurative language to my students and choosing what works best. I like the figurative language notes that are glued in the students’ interactive notebooks because they are not as easily lost. After several other teachers tested these materials, they requested a smaller and a larger version depending on whether they were using composition books or spiral notebooks. I also had a teacher request that one example be included in the notes, so her students only had to copy one other example. As a result, I have included options A, B, and C in this file to cover different teacher/student needs. The notes cover similes, metaphors, hyperboles, alliterations, personifications, idioms, onomatopoeias, and allusions.
• Interactive notes for 8 different types of figurative language (3 format options)
• A separate file of 25 eye-catching PowerPoint slides that correspond with the printed material. These slides can also be printed to smartboard software and they are editable.
• Entrance/exit tickets
• Four worksheets that are editable and keys
*Nothing but Net, also available in my store, is another great figurative language interactive notebook activity that aligns with these materials.