Figurative Language Posters and Anchor Charts
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Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Oh my! There are so many different types of figurative language and sometimes it can be tricky for our students to remember them all. These figurative language anchor charts and posters will help your students remember all the different types of figurative language and they are a great addition to an interactive reading or writing notebook.
This set of anchor charts will be your teacher bestie when it comes to teaching figurative language. These posters provide a definition and explanation of each type of figurative language. Students will understand how to read and understand figurative language and incorporate it into their writing. With the help of these posters, your students will finally be able to understand what figurative language is and how it works.
And let’s be honest…sometimes figurative language can be confusing for us teachers to understand, and having an anchor chart that explains and defines key figurative language terms to help us teach it to our students can be a huge lifesaver. These anchor charts will take the guesswork out of your teaching and serve as the backbone to your figurative language lessons.
HERE’S WHAT YOU GET:
In this resource, you’ll get 14 Figurative Language Anchor Charts formatted in the following ways:
- Half-page anchor charts - perfect for students journals
- Full page anchor charts - works great for whole group lessons
- Digital version - created using Google Slides
- FIll-in version - available for both the half-page and full-page versions and are great if you want your students to take notes during the lesson
LOVED BY BOTH TEACHERS AND STUDENTS:
Your students will love having access to these anchor charts during the year. They won’t feel the pressure to remember all the different types of figurative language because they know they can look back in their journals anytime they need a reminder.
You’ll love these anchor charts because they have easy-to-read font and are written with clear and concise language. Your students will understand the different types of figurative language with these anchor charts.
So many upper elementary teachers love these anchor charts because they aren’t cluttered with excess clipart or fonts that are too “cutesy”.
And, you have options. You can choose to print them in half pages for students to glue in their journals… or you can share them with your students in Google Classroom… or you can give students the fill-in version so they can take notes during your lessons. You can pick the version that will work for you and your students.
Prep is quick and easy... Just print the anchor chart option you want to use before your lesson and you’re ready to go.
ANCHOR CHART TITLES INCLUDE:
HOW TO USE THESE CHARTS IN YOUR CLASSROOM:
- Use as a model for your whole group lessons.
- Give students a copy to glue in their journals.
- Send home a copy to parents to keep them informed.
- Include a copy with your lesson plans to show your administrators what you’re teaching.
- Put posters on a ring or in a binder as a reference for small groups or workstations.
TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “My students gained a much better understanding of figurative language. We made booklets to keep all of our "mini posters" in so we could each create our own figurative language poster!I am new to 3rd grade and it is a standard I need to teach, so this was perfect! Thank you so much for creating.” - Diedre C.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "I am not an English teacher but worth with ELL students and support their learning. I needed a refresher on figurative language for myself and this was a great resource to help me. Thank you!” - Sra. Ruiz
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Just like all your other anchor charts, these are an invaluable resource especially for busy teachers (and those like me with little artistic skills and the desire to have everything look perfect). These make using anchor charts easy, plus students can have a copy for their own notebook. Very excited to use these this year.” - Tiann B.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I love giving the smaller versions to my students for their journals after we go over each one. It definitely has helped them when we bring it up again. Many of my students flip back to their resource.” - Madison G.
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Purchase the Figurative Language Bundle to get this set of posters plus Figurative Language Task Cards, Weekly Figurative Language Reading Routine, and a fun Figurative Language Sort. All these resources combined will help you teach a stellar figurative language unit.
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