Great book to read aloud to class when studying figurative language--puns ...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...Awesome! Language Art, Figures Language, Reading Aloud, David Lubar, Love Puns, Punisher, Chapter Books, Great Books, Figurative Language
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Give copies of this Figurative Language Chart to your students as a reference tool and display it at centers! Students love it! You'll see a definite improvement in their writing assignments. The chart has definitions and examples of all the terms. Also included are ready to print student worksheets with answers. priced item
Summer fun with the figurative language. The CCSS aligned Summer Figurative Language Task Cards provide an opportunity for introduction or review towards the end of the year. Each of the 28-cards has a sentence using figurative language and three answer choices for students to consider. Great for a center station, for an introductory activity to your daily class, for whole-class instruction, for a partner review activity, etc.
Many students have a difficult time understanding figurative language. This jar activity helps them recognize idioms, similes and metaphors.
Spring Figurative Language Task Cards and Literal & Figurative Sort Cards
Use the Spring 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. Also included are a terminology page, which reviews the figurative language used on the cards (simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, onomatopoeia, and idiom) for students to use and save and a Figurative or Literal Sort Mini-Unit.
This is a good way to learn some of the concepts and literary tools that can seem daunting for intermediate students when they first encounter them. The story and the puzzle pieces work together to help students make what are sometimes subtle differences in literary techniques.