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Figurative Language - Personification Worksheet
Figurative LanguageThis is an 18 question worksheet that focuses on personification. Students are required to identify what is being personified and how. Students underline the idea, object, or animal being personified and then circle the verb/ what they're doing that makes it an example of personification.Check out other FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE resourcesFigurative Language - Similies and their MeaningFigurative Language IdiomsFigurative Language - Practice WorksheetFigurative Language - Simile...
Figurative Language - Similes and Metaphors Extra Practice
This is an 16 question worksheet that focuses on similes and metaphors. Students simply read each sentence and the identify it as simile or metaphor by circling the letter S or M. Answer key is provided. This is a good and fun way to check for
Figurative Language - Similes and Metaphors
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. Then they must circle the two things that are being compared. This is a good method to check for understanding.
Figurative Language Google Slides Activities Distance Learning
This figurative language toolbox contains a collection of resources for teaching the different types of figurative language. Activities include the following. A bulletin board posters with definitions and examples. A tab books for students to collect exam