How many times do we just want our students to think? Analogies are a great way to develop cognitive thought and decision making, as well as, vocabulary and test preparation development.
This worksheet includes 5 worksheets with 10 analogies each in the categories of Person/Area of Interest, Thing/Place or Location, Female/Male, Thing/Outer Covering, and Group/Type or Member. Save money by buying all five in a bundle.
Analogies always read blank (:) is to blank :: as blank (:) is to blank.
Finding the relationships between the words requires higher order thinking skills. Often clues are provided in the answers as well.
This worksheet is a great bellringer and research aid. Students may need to conduct research about the words to fully answer them correctly, but that is not always necessary. You know your students and what they are capable of.
A complete answer guide is included for each worksheet.