Figurative Language Color By Number Fun: Valentine’s Day Special!
Figurative language meets color by number in this fun and engaging packet. Students will love reading and analyzing the 20 Valentine’s Day themed original examples of simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification. Each example features a cute scenario about Valentine’s Day, love, and of course some silly mishaps.
This set is divided into two parts. In the first part, students complete four graphic organizers by identifying the type of figurative language each example represents and justifying their answers. I have included specific question prompts for each type of figurative language to help students explain why they chose their answers. The examples not only include interesting anecdotes, but they also include some high level vocabulary.
In the second part, students use their answers on the graphic organizers to complete the color by number heart. There are four different designs, so students can choose which one they would like to complete. Each heart is numbered 1-20 which represents each example of figurative language from the graphic organizers. Students use their answers and the color code to determine how to color each space on the heart.
Depending on how you use this packet, there are enough activities for 2-3 days.
Answer key included.
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