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Figurative Language Independent Practice Worksheets Bundle. This packet of worksheets contains extensive guided practice on figurative language. Metaphor, personification, simile, idioms, hyperbole, and literal language are covered. An answer key is
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I have a lot of sports nuts in my classes, so I made these figurative language worksheets with a sports and outdoor theme. This packet of common core aligned worksheets provides guided practice on figurative language. Metaphor, personification,
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This PowerPoint presentation clearly and concisely introduces students to the concept of Figurative Language. It compares figurative language to literal language, and gives several examples. It covers the five types of figurative language:
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This halloween activity lets kids make a unique Halloween character out of bats, pumpkins, zombies, vampires, mermaids and more. I call this Halloween activity "My Mutant Creature." I tell the students to imagine that they are a mad scientist like
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Editable print-practice paper with an autumn theme! There are two ways to use it: 1) You can print out blank ones for some cute, fall-themed writing paper. 2) Or you can enter some traceable, dotted-line text for the little ones to copy. Maybe
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Free Downloads - They're, Their, There, Theirs and There's Worksheets Bundle My students struggle with understanding the difference between they're, their, there, theirs and there's. Who can blame them? They're confusing homophones! Whenever it
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My students struggle with understanding the difference between they're, their, and there. Who can blame them? They're confusing homophones! Whenever it seems like they need a refresher, I use these Do Nows. Sometimes, instead of using them as Do
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I made this for a colleague of mine who teaches 4th and 5th graders who have dyslexia. She needed something with traceable dashed-line text, but smaller than what you would find on worksheets for littler kids. It will work printed in black and
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Get to know your students and help them get to know each other with this fun icebreaker activity. The premise: you are stranded on a deserted island! You have five things with you. What are they? I use this as a back to school activity icebreaker
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Editable print-practice paper! There are two ways to use it: 1) You can print out blank ones for some handy writing paper. 2) You can enter some dashed-line text for the little ones to trace. Maybe you have a little poem in mind. You can type
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Earth day free activity. With this printable, kids make an Earth Day greeting card with a unique planet earth character. There's over a hundred possible combinations. Every student can make a unique character! After they are finished making the
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St Patricks Day free activity! Happy St Patricks Day! With this printable, kids make a St Patricks Day greeting card with a unique clover character. There's over a hundred possible character combinations. Every student can make a unique
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Interactive reading notebook foldable graphic organizer for use with any book or story. Eleven types of figurative language are covered in this FREE interactive reading notebook. Each section of the foldable has a definition and examples. I like to
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I've been a teacher in inclusion middle and high schools since 2005. I've taught ELA Yearbook, Drawing, Literacy, Digital Art, College Advisory, and English for 9th, 10th, and 11th Grades, always in inclusion settings and always through an anti-racist lens. My classes have always had an ethnically and academically diverse population of students, from students with special needs to students in GATE, and everything in between, all under one roof.

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