"Walt Disney Wednesday"
Figurative Language Practice (Fully Editable)
These fun and engaging figurative language activities are a perfect way to start your Wednesday morning(s)! Students will look forward to watching a "Walt Disney Wednesday" sing-along video clip each week (and you will too)!
Sing-alongs from Frozen, Brave, The Lion King, Mulan, Cinderella, and MORE are included in this resource. The busywork has been done for you!
Included in this resource:
- 14 video clip links to Disney Sing-Alongs
- 14 student response sheet that requires students to identify three examples of figurative language (even though there are more to be found)
- 14 copies of lyrics for students to refer to and highlight
1. Give each student a highlighter and ask them to highlight figurative language during (or after) the video clip
2. Drag the copy of the lyrics and student response sheet onto your SmartBoard as you begin to discuss possible answers with your students
3. Ask for student volunteers to write an example of figurative language on the board (quote from song as well as explanation)
4. Give students bonus points for finding four or more figurative language examples
Click "PREVIEW" to view a small excerpt from this activity!
Please let me know if this activity was helpful to you or if you think it will be! :)
Kreative Kognition by Grace Kienitz