Identify and use Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Proverbs, and Adages to improve writing with this COMPLETE Common Core-aligned Figurative Language lesson and engaging hands-on activities:
• FULL COLOR Figurative Language Poster-just print, laminate, and hang in your classroom
• Complete Lesson with highlighted Text Features for better Comprehension
• a Close Journal Activity featuring Main Ideas and Details (great for Interactive Notebooks!)
• Figurative Language Practice using Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Adages, Proverbs
• Story Writing using Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Adages, and Proverbs
Figurative Language, aligned with the 5th Grade Common Core READING, WRITING, and LANGUAGE Standards (See Preview for Standard Alignment), can be purchased separately, or as part of our 5TH GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE UNIT
We've included color copies of the Figurative Language lesson for your White Board, black and white versions of the lesson and activities to make copies for your students, answer pages, and a FULL COLOR Figurative Language Poster--ready to be printed out, laminated, and used in your classroom.
Download the Figurative Language Preview to see complete Lesson Plan, Common Core alignment, and samples from the lesson and activities.
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