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Figurative Language

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Figurative Language Review Jeopardy Template

I am so tired I could sleep for a year., The branches bowed to the ground., Eek! I saw a mouse. , Dewdrops dwell delicately.

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FREE Figurative Language Posters - Animal Themed!

FREE Figurative Language Animal Posters!This set of posters uses animals to help teach the following figurative language terms:SimileMetaphorIdiomHyperboleOnomatopoeiaPersonificationAlliterationEach poster includes a definition and an example. Need more practice with figurative language?

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Read Alouds for Teaching Figurative Language | Mentor Texts for Reading - Teaching with Jennifer Findley

Teaching figurative language is one of my favorite literacy skills to teach and my students always love learning about the different types. On this post, I will share my favorite read alouds for teaching the types of figurative language (similes, metaphors, hyperbole, and personification) and then my favorite read alouds that use figurative language naturally […]

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Figurative Language: 30 Printable Pages plus Answer Keys from Rachel Lynette on TeachersNotebook.com (40 pages)

Figurative Language: 30 Printable Pages plus Answer Keys from Rachel Lynette on TeachersNotebook.com (40 pages)

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Figurative Language Worksheets for Middle School

Use these free figurative language worksheets to review simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, idiom, and symbol. They're great to use in middle school as pre-assessments, homework, or graded quizzes. Did I mention they're also digital and work in Google Classroom? Get the freebies now!

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Figurative Language Worksheets for Middle School

Use these free figurative language worksheets to review simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, idiom, and symbol. They're great to use in middle school as pre-assessments, homework, or graded quizzes. Did I mention they're also digital and work in Google Classroom? Get the freebies now!

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6th Grade Worksheets

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Figurative Language Activities, Worksheets, & Task Cards BUNDLE

It's time to make figurative language instruction FUN for YOU and for your STUDENTS! These figurative language worksheets, task cards, and anchor charts NOW include a digital distance learning option in Google Slides AND Google Forms (as well as the printable PDF files). This Figurative Language Act...

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