Introducing Figurative Language's Similes and Metaphors is a great start and easy for your children to learn.
Since these two descriptors are about comparisons, I thought Similes would be a good start. leads your learners on a developmental path for understanding as does Emphasizing their similarities and differences can be done with the addition and/or omission of the words “as” and “like”.
Included in this Similes & Metaphors’ CLAMDiggers Unit are:
- front & back covers for booklet use
- a thematic literature list of trade books
- a general instructional lesson plan for using specified trade books with introductory ideas
- 9 hands-on interactive activities with instructions written on an independent upper elementary level
You can utilize this unit as:
- whole group instruction
- small group instruction
- cooperative groups
- center time activities
- partner sharing
- independent study
This 37-page Similes & Metaphors Study:
- follows Bloom’s learning sequence for Higher Order Thinking
- has multiple hands-on, extension activities
- engages the learner in reading, writing, and problem-solving
- encourages Critical Thinking Skills: classifying, explaining, evaluating, etc.
Use the Freebie to include more examples of these two forms of Figurative Language.
Prepare for engagement and laughter!
You can, also, read a Figurative Language Overview on my website.
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Thank you so much!
Mz. Bizzy Lizzy