Do you want to review figurative language with your students in December? This worksheet may be just what you are looking for! Students are tasked with identifying the figurative language used in 14 holiday-themed sentences (Christmas and Hanukkah references included.) The following literary devices are included:
Feel free to take a peek at these holiday activities as well!
Christmas Readers’ Theater BUNDLE: set of three holiday scripts
Let's Make S'more Inferences with S'more Cocoa
Holiday Lights Plot Craftivity
Greek and Latin Roots Holiday Craftivity
Character Trait Christmas Craftivity: Elf and Self Portraits
Revising and Editing Christmas Craftivity: Santa’s Writing Workshop
A Holiday Flipbook: My Family Traditions (includes non-holiday options)
December Worksheet Test Prep Packet: Main Idea, Context Clues, Author’s Purpose
Gingerbread House Persuasive Writing and Craftivity Project
Main Idea and Best Title: 4 Test Prep Worksheets (December Holidays)
Nonfiction Text Structure Worksheet: December Holidays
Christmas Traditions Around the World: EIGHT Partner Plays for grades 4-5
Christmas Traditions Around the World (grades 2-3)
Are you looking for more figurative language resources? Click on any of the items below.
Figurative Language BUNDLE (includes 12 products!)
Figurative Language Flipbook (Literary Devices): A 20 page document
Figurative Language 40 slide Interactive Powerpoint (includes test prep!)
Figurative Language Task Cards (with bonus activity)
Figurative Language Craftivity (Literary Devices)
Similes, Metaphors, and Alliteration Craftivity: Sentence Superheroes
Similes and Metaphors: I have… Who has…?
Figurative Language (Similes, Metaphors, Alliteration, Personification, Onomatopoeia, Hyperboles, Idioms): I have… Who has…?
Idioms: I have… Who has…? A game for the entire class!
Figurative Language Concentration Game (Literary Devices)
Simile and Metaphor Concentration Game
Idioms and Hyperboles Craftivity
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