These are great organizers when you cover the different types of Figurative Language. Pages include alliteration, onomatopoeia, personification, simile, metaphor, and idioms. Not only will this benefit their reading comprehension but help create better writers. Can easily modify for younger grades.
Students will define the type of figurative language, list an example from their reading, illustrate and write their own example along with explain how it is different than another form of figurative language.