Students will practice and review five common types of Figurative Language with these fun and engaging activities!
Given winter words, students try to come up with a clever alliteration! Worksheet and 24 Word Cards (plus 4 blank cards) included.
•Sorting Figurative Language Cookies
Students sort the figurative language “sprinkles” and label the cookies. Worksheet and pieces/page to cut included.
Students find the personification in 5 different sentences and write what the literal meaning is. Worksheet included.
•Winter Sense Poem
Students write a winter sense poem using the 5 types of figurative language they practiced. Rough draft page with checklist and final writing paper included.
•Winter Figurative Language Snow Globe
As students review 5 types of figurative language they will create a piece of the snow globe with the definition and and example with a picture. Cut out and fold each snow globe in half, gluing pieces together to make a finished 3D standing project!
Check out these other Winter Language Activities:
⭐ Snowman Venn Craft
⭐ Snowman Synonyms: a synonym writing craftivity
⭐ Sweet, Sweet Candy Synonyms-A Language Activity