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Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree

Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
Mystery Picture - Practice Figurative Language - Christmas Tree
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This activity lets students practice identifying examples of hyperbole, simile, metaphor, personification, idiom, and symbol. Students read the sentence and identify the type of figurative language it is. Then they color the the chart according to the key given. The picture is a Christmas tree. I recommend that the students use markers to color the chart. They can color the background in a color of their choice. This is a great review for students. They can do it as a lesson or as an assignment if they finish other work early. When you print this, make sure you click scale to fit page. That is what I do, and that works well. As a little side note, I only included one example each of idiom and symbol. The main purpose of this for my class was to practice hyperbole, simile, metaphor, and personification, so most of the examples are of those types of figurative language. I also duplicated the SAME SENTENCES onto a page WITHOUT the mystery picture in case you would like for students to review without the picture.
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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