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similes and metaphors - figurative language - figures of speechThis product will help students with identifying SIMILES and METAPHORS and distinguishing between them. Included you'll find 3 similes and metaphors worksheets, an assessment page, and a similes and metaphors interactive booklet.*Color the box with the correct figure of speech (2 pages)*Cut and paste the sentences under the correct figure of speech*Assessment page*My similes and metaphors bookletThis product is aligned with the…

Similes and Metaphors Worksheets and Workbook

This is a simple template for creating an autobiographical simile poem.   Students simply fill in the blanks after discussing similes and animal cha...

This is a simple template for creating an autobiographical simile poem. Students simply fill in the blanks after discussing similes and animal cha.

Figurative Language Sorting Cards free from The Curriculum Corner | similes, metaphors, personification, idioms, alliteration, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, puns, oxymorons

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Note: This is a zip file containing a PDF and Word Doc.  Activity: Students will create a poem that includes at least one simile, one metaphor, and one example of personification.Duration: 2 Class Periods (Note: This is just a poem writing activity.  This does not include lessons on similes, metaphors, and personification.:

Create a Figurative Language Poem: Similes, Metaphors, and Personification

Note: This is a zip file containing a PDF and Word Doc. Activity: Students will create a poem that includes at least one simile, one metaphor, and one example of personification. Duration: 2 Class Periods (Note: This is just a poem writing activity.

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Original Pin - Have students write their names on the side of a sheet of paper (first or both first and last). Then have them write one simile that describes them for each letter in their name. Kids can decorate them however they like and the acrostic simile poems can be hung above all student's desks for display. Great way to practice using similes! by lee

Original Pin - Have students write their names on the side of a sheet of paper…

FREE Simile Activity

Let students practice creating similes as they think about themselves and their personalities.

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