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A fun hands on cut-and-paste activity that will require students to read, sort, and glue examples of figurative language in the correct place. They need to decide which type of figurative language the example is: alliteration, metaphor, simile, onomatopoeia, idiom, hyperbole, and personification.

A fun hands on cut-and-paste activity that will require students to read, sort, and glue examples of figurative language in the correct place.

Figurative Language HUGE Unit:(Over 80 pages!) This unit has EVERYTHING you need to teach Similes, Metaphors, Personification, Idioms, and Hyperboles. The unit includes 11 worksheets, 5 Anchor Charts/Posters, Games, Activities, & Task Cards, A FLIP-FLAP Foldable, an idiom ABC mini-book, a Figurative Mini Book Language Book, a study guide, and a test.:

Figurative Language HUGE Unit CCSS (Over 80 pages!)

Figurative Language Unit: This unit has EVERYTHING you need to teach Similes, Metaphors, Personification, Idioms, and Hyperboles. The unit includes 11

Free: Help your students practice identifying similes and metaphors with this cute board game. Students read several cards and are asked to decide if the sentence is a metaphor, a simile, or neither.A recording sheet is provided! Enjoy!If you like this game, then come check out many more at The Classroom Game Nook Blog

Similes and Metaphors {Board Game} Help your students practice identifying similes and metaphors with this cute board game. Students read several cards and are

Students have a fun time working together to read the description create an onomatopoeia word for each one. (Caution: Your classroom will get noisy...

Students have a fun time working together to read the description create an onomatopoeia word for each one. (Caution: Your classroom will get house design interior design 2012 room design decorating design

Here's a FREE and fun practice page for your students involving hyperbole!

I Hear Hyperbole!This figurative language practice page adds some extra fun for your students by allowing them to color code the players containing hyperbole. Both the sheet and the answer key are included

I love all of these fun ideas for teaching idioms! I really love #2! Can't wait to try it with my class.

Fun Activities to Teach Idioms

Here's a post full of fun learning activities your students will love! Includes a link to 32 free idioms task cards.

Editing day has always been a line-up of questions for me.  This pack is a fun and hands on way to get your students more involved with the editing process.  It's a compilation of small cut and glue tools that make for easy focus visuals for your little writers.

Student Editing Toolbox

Editing day has always been a line-up of questions for me. This pack is a fun and hands on way to get your students more involved with the editing process.

This set contains 32 task cards (4 per page) that help students reinforce the concept of figurative language. Task cards are multiple choice and ask students to identify the type of figurative language, to identify the meaning of the figurative language, and to identify the two object being compared.: This set contains 32 task cards (4 per page) that help students reinforce the concept of figurative language. Task cards are multiple choice and ask students to identify the type of figurative…

Similes and Metaphors Task Card Set

This set contains 32 task cards per page) that help students reinforce the concept of figurative language. Task cards are multiple choice and ask students

Compound Sentences: Practice, Sorts & Assessments.  This package helps…

Compound Sentences Practice, Sorts, & Quizzes with coordinating conjunctions

This package helps students learn how to create compound sentences. Students can work independently or

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