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My philosophy on teaching is that if kids can’t learn the way we teach, we must teach them the way they learn. I've used this Olympics Themed Figurative Language Activity for reinforcement of figurative language, such as onomatopoeia, simile, metaphor, alliteration and hyperbole. It's a fun and creative way for students to strengthen their understanding of figurative language. The ZIP file includes both a PDF and an editable PowerPoint version for you to use to fit the needs of your students. There are 20 pages ready-made to print, and 5 editable pages for you to customize. [Important: You may need to download the free font “BADABOOM” if you want the same look as I've used in the PDF.] It’s also free of busy distractions, like clip art and hard-to-read fonts. Special needs students are not the only ones who benefit from a clutter-free paper!
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Amy Marie | The Unique Classroom
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