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Help your students practice finding figurative language with this fun activity where they determine what figurative device is being used in a quote by a famous person!

Figurative language activity: quotes task cards

Help your students practice finding figurative language with this fun activity where they determine what figurative device is being used in a quote by a famous person!

"Roar" By Katy Perry Figurative Language & Poetic Devices Exercises - several activities for students. Include editable Word version you can share with students for paperless.

"Roar" By Katy Perry Figurative Language & Poetic Devices Practice

"Roar" By Katy Perry Figurative Language & Poetic Devices Exercises - several activities for students. Include editable Word version you can share with students for paperless. Stupid teachers pay teachers but good idea!

Free! Raining Idioms! 24 stimulus cards with idioms to explain or define, utilizing the context clues of the example text.

24 stimulus cards with idioms to explain or define, utilizing the context clues of the example text. for mommy

Use "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten to teach figurative language, tone, theme, and poetic devices. Great way to open up the year with a positive message for students.

Figurative Language in Songs: Fight Song Activities Editable

Templates Use "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten to teach figurative language, tone, theme, and poetic devices. Great way to open up the year with a positive message for students.

Imagery in Poetry: Can you see it now? by Jessie Metzger. Using Oranges by Gary Soto, Daffodils by William Wordsworth, and The Red Wheelbarrow by William Carlos Williams, I attempt to define, identify, explain, and analyze imagery in poetry. At the end of the video, students are left with the challenge of creating their own poem.

Using "Oranges" by Gary Soto, "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth, and "The Red Wheelbarrow" by William Carlos Williams, I attempt to…

These idioms posters make a great matching activity! Cut them apart and have students match the idiom, meaning, and picture. What a fun what to teach figurative language in third and fourth grade!

Idioms Posters and Task Cards - Figurative Language

Idioms are so fun to teach! This set of posters will help your students understand 20 common idioms. Each poster includes the idiom, definition, and a literal illustration. They can be cut apart and used as a matching activity or left together as posters.

This is an 18 question worksheet that focuses on similes and metaphors. Students are required to identify each statement as either a simile or a metaphor. $

Figurative Language - Similes and Metaphors

Johnny WBAT correctly distinguish between a simile and a metaphor 8 out of 10 times.

This is a free worksheet for students who are learning about alliteration. The worksheet contains two parts.  In Part 1, students will identify alliterative phrases in sentences.  In Part 2, students will write  sentences that contain alliteration.   Check out my blog post that includes an alliteration anchor chart at   Crafting Connections:  Alliteration Anchor Chart.

This is a worksheet for teaching students alliteration. For Part 1 they identify alliteration in sentences. For Part 2 they write their own sentences using alliteration.

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