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
These 8 Figurative Language Posters are a great way for you to introduce different types of figurative language and can also be displayed in the classroom and used as a reference for your students. There is a poster for each type of figurative language including similes, idioms, metaphors, hyperbole, alliterations, personifications, and onomatopoeia, as well as a title poster that says Figurative Language. Also included in my Figurative Language Unit for 4th/5th grades! (TpT Resource)
Similes and Metaphors:This product contains 4 worksheets that ask the students to distinguish between similes and metaphors.Included:* Similes or Metaphors? Color the box with the correct figure of speech (2 pages)* Cut and paste the sentences under the correct figure of speech ( simile or metaphor)* Similes and metaphors - assessment pageHappy teaching!Quality Learning ResourcesSimiles / Metaphors / Figures of Speech / Similes and Metaphors
Just in time for National Poetry Month! Download this free Similes: Analyze & Complete worksheet.This worksheet is part of my Figurative Language is Reading Candy Worksheet Packet and my Figurative Language is Reading Candy Complete Unit for Middle Grades.Please click Follow Me for a free middle grades reading freebie EACH Monday! :)
If you are looking for a practical way students can practice recognizing similes and metaphors in context with a quick and easy format, this is it. There are two sorts to cut and glue as well as a page to identify, explain, and illustrate a metaphor and a simile.