Teaching Figurative Language is fun! Use this free Lesson to display posters around your classroom and matching activity for students to show understanding of Figurative Language examples. This activity is designed to be paired with the book Dalton's Dress-Up Dilemma but can be used without the book.
Inside you will find 9 black and white posters that have examples of idiom, simile, metaphor, alliteration, imagery, hyperbole, personification, onomatopoeia & oxymoron
EACH POSTER CONTAINS:
•Definition of the Example
•Picture of the character using the example
•Addition Examples of the Figurative Language Style
Also inside is a matching activity with an answer key to have students show their knowledge on each of the styles of Figurative Language.
This lesson was designed to be used with the book Dalton’s Dress-Up Dilemma which contains each of the figurative language examples above inside. Using this book with this product is not mandatory in order to use this product.
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If you would like another lesson to use with the book or to teach this skill, please use this FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE EXTENSION LESSON.
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