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Figurative Language Posters - These posters are a great way to reinforce figurative language and a colorful addition to any secondary school classroom. Each poster displays a definition and several examples from both literature and popular culture.  There are 12 posters in total including: Metaphor, Simile, Personification, Hyperbole, Alliteration, Assonance, Onomatopoeia, Euphemism, Anaphora, Oxymoron, Pun and Allusion.These posters are attractively presented and will appeal to teenagers.

Figurative Language Posters

Figurative Language Posters - These posters are a great way to reinforce figurative language and a colorful addition to any secondary school classroom. Each poster displays a definition and several examples from both literature and popular culture. There are 12 posters in total including: Metaphor, Simile, Personification, Hyperbole, Alliteration, Assonance, Onomatopoeia, Euphemism, Anaphora, Oxymoron, Pun and Allusion.These posters are attractively presented and will appeal to teenagers.

Figurative Language Sorting Cards free from The Curriculum Corner | similes, metaphors, personification, idioms, alliteration, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, puns, oxymorons

Figurative Language Cards

Figurative Language Sorting Cards free from The Curriculum Corner | similes, metaphors, personification, idioms, alliteration, hyperbole, onomatopoeia, puns, oxymorons

Figurative Language: These Figurative Language Cootie Catchers: are a great way for students to have fun while learning the different types of figurative language. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.Figurative language contents: (with pictures illustrating the concept) Alliteration: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppersHyperbole: This bag weighs a tonIdiom: Raining cats and dogsMetaphor: Time fliesOnomatopoeia: AARGH!

Figurative Language Foldable: Idiom, Simile, Pun, Metaphor, Hyperbole, etc

Figurative Language: These Figurative Language Cootie Catchers: are a great way for students to have fun while learning the different types of figurative language. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.Figurative language contents: (with pictures illustrating the concept) Alliteration: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppersHyperbole: This bag weighs a tonIdiom: Raining cats and dogsMetaphor: Time fliesOnomatopoeia: AARGH!

Quips, slogans, sayings, witticisms, similes puns, phrases, bumper-stickers, signs, one-liners and puns about gardens gardening, nature for card makers, scrapbookers, sign makers and teachers (garden theme classroom).

Quips, slogans, sayings, witticisms, similes puns, phrases, bumper-stickers, signs, one-liners and puns about gardens gardening, nature for card makers, scrapbookers, sign makers and teachers (garden theme classroom).

What is a Variable? Use Your Wardrobe to Explain! Metaphors for Math > Eye On Education

What is a Variable? Use Your Wardrobe to Explain! Metaphors for Math > Eye On Education

Sleeping Like a Log! Never really thought about what that would look like. Lots of creative things to be found on this site.

Sleeping Like a Log! Never really thought about what that would look like. Lots of creative things to be found on this site.

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CHRISTMAS CAROL Figurative Language BundleNOVEL = A Christmas Carol by Charles DickensLEVEL = middle school (junior high), high school (secondary)COMMON CORE = CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4This resource can be purchased as part of CHRISTMAS CAROL Unit Teaching Package (by Charles Dickens).Using quotes from A Christmas Carol, students will examine the figurative language and figure out which of the following it is:* Simile* Metaphor* Idiom* Hyperbole* Analogy* Personification* Onomatopoeia* Pun…

A CHRISTMAS CAROL Figurative Language Bundle

CHRISTMAS CAROL Figurative Language BundleNOVEL = A Christmas Carol by Charles DickensLEVEL = middle school (junior high), high school (secondary)COMMON CORE = CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.4This resource can be purchased as part of CHRISTMAS CAROL Unit Teaching Package (by Charles Dickens).Using quotes from A Christmas Carol, students will examine the figurative language and figure out which of the following it is:* Simile* Metaphor* Idiom* Hyperbole* Analogy* Personification* Onomatopoeia* Pun…

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