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Figurative Language Posters & More

FREE Simile & Metaphor Worksheet


Friday Art Feature - Comic Book Onomatopoeia

Simile poem used as basis for art project (handwritten well, illustrated, etc.)

Great book to read aloud to class when studying figurative language--puns, palindromes, anagrams...about a boy that is punished and can only speak in puns. The cure can only be found when he is sent out in search of other types of words.

Classroom: Language. Cute All About Me figurative language foldable. Students use themselves as a starting point to list synonyms, antonyms, similes, metaphors, idioms. Now this would stick in a student's mind.

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Idioms of the Week; A School Year of Idioms

Love this! Maybe do this outside class door and change the theme each month. Idiom, simile, personification, etc...maybe even grammar. Maybe offer extra credit for edit/revision of the week...or if kids bring in something with a typo/punctuation mistake.


Tell Me a Story Tuesday: Figurative Language

Figurative Language...what a great idea!

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Figurative Language YouTube video- 10 min. "Quiz" at the end. Repitition, Alliteration, Hyperbole, Simile, Metaphor, Oxymoron, Personification, Idiom