The Valentine Figurative Language Task Cards target similes, metaphors, personification, hyperbole, idiom, alliteration, assonance, and onomatopoeia. Each card has a sentence using figurative language and three answer choices for students to consider.
You'll receive the following:
a definition of terms page
two answer documents
an answer key
a “What Does It All Mean” interactive finale page
a 12-card challenge activity for those who need a further
*Please note that some of the examples are challenging and may need discussion. Also, there are a few phrases that may be interpreted in more than one way, so whole-class discussion may be in order.
Use the Valentine Figurative Language Task Cards as a center station, for an introductory activity to your daily class, for whole-class instruction, for a partner review activity, etc. To ensure the longevity of the cards, glue them to tag board or construction paper and laminate them.
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