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Figurative Language in "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"

Figurative Language in "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"
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This worksheet has students examine the large amount of figurative language in Walter Dean Myers' "The Treasure of Lemon Brown." The activity has students decide whether a variety of quotes from the story are examples of similes, metaphors, idioms or personification. A great addition way to combine the reading of a great middle school story with a lesson in figurative language.
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