To Kill a Mockingbird: Figurative Language Crossword—Fun Intro to Fig. Language!

To Kill a Mockingbird: Figurative Language Crossword—Fun Intro to Fig. Language!
To Kill a Mockingbird: Figurative Language Crossword—Fun Intro to Fig. Language!
To Kill a Mockingbird: Figurative Language Crossword—Fun Intro to Fig. Language!
To Kill a Mockingbird: Figurative Language Crossword—Fun Intro to Fig. Language!
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This crossword puzzle contains figurative language from TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. Every clue is an example of simile, metaphor, hyperbole, or personification from the story. A key word in each clue is left out, so students must use their knowledge of the story and their critical thinking skills to fill in the blank. The type of figurative language is provided in parentheses at the end of the clue. The crossword also contains reading-for-detail questions.

Sample clues:
* Between two _____, I could not decide which I wanted to jump into...(metaphor) Answer: FIRES
* Time had slowed to a nauseating ___ (personification) Answer: CRAWL

Challenges students' imaginations, too!

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