POETRY BINGO is a fun game that gives students the opportunity to practice identifying figurative language in poetry (simile, metaphor, alliteration, repetition, onomatopoeia, and personification).
How to use: Have students sit in groups. Provide each group with a packet of poems. Make sure that figurative language exists in the poems you provide! Students must read the poems, identify figurative language, and fill out the Bingo sheets. The first group to get Bingo wins the game. A sample space is filled in already.
There is only one Bingo card instead of multiple different Bingo cards. This is because each team (or player) will find different examples of figurative language in the poetry that you provide. The Bingo card remains the same while the poems change. This means that you can play Poetry Bingo over and over again!
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