Literacy - Similes and metaphors

A collection of my favourite teaching resources for similes and metaphors. Check out my own resources for junior learners here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Made-For-The-Classroom
FREE simile self-portrait printable poem template!

Poetry Unit Plus FREEBIE!

If you are looking for a practical way students can practice recognizing similes and metaphors in context with a quick and easy format, this is it.  There are two sorts to cut and glue as well as a page to identify, explain, and illustrate a metaphor and a simile.

Metaphor/Simile Sorts and Practice

If you are looking for a practical way students can practice recognizing similes and metaphors in context with a quick and easy format, this is it. There are two sorts to cut and glue as well as a page to identify, explain, and illustrate a metaphor and a simile.

FREE Simile Safari Worksheets- great to use with the Animals Unit in science.

Simile Safari Printable Activity for Literacy

This is a great worksheet to teach similies! Worksheets are a great idea but…

This is a great worksheet to teach similies! Worksheets are a great idea but…

Simile poem used as basis for art project (handwritten well, illustrated, etc.) Great fit figurative language unit!

Friday Art Feature - Comic Book Onomatopoeia

Simile poem used as basis for art project (handwritten well, illustrated, etc.) Great fit figurative language unit!

Great books for teaching figurative language: idioms, personification, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia

3 Ways to Teach Figurative Language - Notes from the Portable.

Great books for teaching figurative language: idioms, personification, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia

Students sort holiday-themed sentences written on bulbs onto their matching wires by their type of figurative language: similes, personification, and onomatopoeia.Feedback and ratings are much appreciated!Be sure to follow my blog for more ideas and freebies as well!

Students sort holiday-themed sentences written on bulbs onto their matching wires by their type of figurative language: similes, personification, and onomatopoeia.Feedback and ratings are much appreciated!Be sure to follow my blog for more ideas and freebies as well!

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