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Students will read several sentences and identify the literary device used within the sentence.
This engaging activity is a fun way to review figurative language! It also makes a creative bulletin board or school hallway display!
Students begin by completing the worksheet. 33 literary devices are embedded into 30 sentences. Students must identify the literary device(s) used in each sentence.
There are two versions of the worksheets. The original (more challenging) version contains no underlines within the sentences. In the second version, the figurative language element within each sentence is underlined, and students only need to determine which of the 5 literary devices is underlined.
After the worksheet is complete, students assemble the craftivity. They write the literary device in each sentence on a flower petal in the appropriate pot. Then, they color, cut everything out, and assemble as directed.
Literary devices included:
In my classroom, students complete the worksheet independently, but then work cooperatively in a small group to assemble the craftivity. (I explain this approach in the preview.)
Student-friendly directions are included so that you can place the directions under your document camera, and students can refer to them as they complete the project. (An answer key is also included.)
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It is also included in my April Craftivity BUNDLE: Author’s Purpose, Affixes, & Figurative Language
Listed below are some of my other figurative language products:
Copyright by Deb Hanson 2014
Background on cover by Sally Borrink.
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