Identify and use Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Proverbs, and Adages with a COMPLETE Common Core-aligned lesson, Sentence and Journal Writing activities, and a FULL COLOR Figurative Language Game:
• FULL COLOR Figurative Language Poster-print, laminate, and hang in your classroom!
• COMPLETE Lesson with highlighted Text Features for better Comprehension
• Close Journal Activity featuring Main Ideas and Details (great for Interactive Notebooks!)
• Common Core Practice 1: Using Similes and Metaphors + Sentence Writing Practice
• Common Core Practice 2: Using Idioms, Adages, and Proverbs + Sentence Writing Practice
Students will enjoy making and playing the FULL COLOR Game "Go Figure!" (all game materials included!)
Figurative Language, aligned with these 4th Grade Common Core Reading and Language Standards (CC.4.RI.1, CC.4.RI.4, CC.4.RI.5, CC.4.L.5a, CC.4.L.5b), can be purchased separately, or as part of our 4TH GRADE COMMON CORE LANGUAGE UNIT + 17 FULL COLOR CONTENT POSTERS
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 Grading Rubrics for the Common Core Practice activities.
Download the Figurative Language Preview to see the complete Lesson Plan, Common Core alignment, as well as samples from the lesson and activities.
MORE FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE RESOURCES:
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE – 5TH GRADE
SIMILES, METAPHORS, PERSONIFICATION – 6TH GRADE
MORE 4TH GRADE LANGUAGE RESOURCES
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