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Figurative Language

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Teaching Figurative Language with Picture Books - Fun in 5th Grade & MORE

Introducing your students to figurative language can be fun with picture books. Use these figurative language activities to help your students practice.

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Figurative Language Definition & Examples with Different Types • 7ESL

What is figurative language? We are going to look at figurative language. We will discuss what it is and how it can be used by looking at some examples. We

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Teachers Pay Teachers (@teacherspayteachers) posted on Instagram • Apr 14, 2018 at 10:00pm UTC

4,541 Likes, 56 Comments - Teachers Pay Teachers (@teacherspayteachers) on Instagram: ““When they’re struggling with figurative language, make an anchor chart.” 👍🏻✔️…”

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How to Host a Figurative Language Tasting

In this post, I'll teach you how to host a figurative language tasting activity--a lesson that gets kids writing explosive images every time!

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ELA & Math Word Wall Cards

Free word wall cards and interactive notebook inserts for fractions and figurative language. Each card has a definition and an illustrated example. With this resource, students will identify, define, and use academic vocabulary every day.Related ResourcesELA Word WallMath Word WallScience Word WallS...

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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: Simile Metaphor Idiom Hyperbole Onomatopoeia Personification Alliteration Each poster includes a definition and an example. Need more practice with figurative languag...

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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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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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