Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors

Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
Figurative Language- Similes vs. Metaphors
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Common Core Standards
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Product Description
Figurative language can be one of the hardest things for some students to learn.This product helps provide tools for you to use in your lesson plans to teach students how to recognize, interpret, and write similes and metaphors.

What's Included:
-mini-posters with catchy rhymes about the definition of similes and metaphors
-blank note taking sheet for students
-simile and metaphor sort
-worksheets for recognizing, interpreting, and writing similes and metaphors

There are activities that provide hands on manipulatives and those that provide writing practice as well. Check out the preview file to see some of it!
Total Pages
17 pages
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