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FREE Printable Worksheet on the use of Similes along w/ coordinating lesson using the children’s book “Quick as a Cricket”


happy as a clam (simile anchor chart and cute freebies!)

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Charting Poetry

The post-its provide children with several ways to come up with a simile.


Free! Figurative language anchor word wall cards. Hyperbole, personification, alliteration, metaphor, simile, idioms, & more. For a quick, spontaneous ELA writing activity, I like to attach a few of these to the white board, give the students post-its, an instruct them to write an example of each and stick it on the board near the corresponding poster. If time permits, after every student has at least one on the board, they go get a random one and evaluate it.


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)

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Poetry Unit Plus FREEBIE!

FREE simile self-portrait printable poem template!


FREE Simile Safari Worksheets- great to use with the Animals Unit in science.

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Identifying Similes and Metaphors

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

SimiLes, use Like or aS, only way I ever remember... Does it have an L or S? than no it is not a simile, check metaphor. Indirect vs. direct comparison contests ensue.