Similes and Metaphors
1. identify the difference between a simile and a metaphor
2. use similes and metaphors in my opinion writing
3. make a digital presentation about similes and metaphors
4. play games that help me practice the difference between similes and metaphors
Simile and Metaphor Practice
Watch the Learnzillion Lesson on Similes
Listen to the Story: I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover
Below are pictures of what the old lady swallows in the story.
Example of the Assignment: Sentences for Your Poster (do not copy my sentences)
1. There was a frivolous old lady who swallowed a bird that was as red as a cherry.
2. I was flabbergasted when the old lady swallowed a fiddle; it made her a musical instrument.
3. I thought it was hilarious when the old lady swallowed gold that was as hard as nails.
4. The silly old lady's stomach was a bottomless pit when she swallowed the pot.
5. Dr. Wise said, "I think it is crazy that the old lady swallowed a clover that was as green as grass. I do not think the clover would taste very good."
Use the Metaphor and Simile Buttons Below
Create a Digital Presentation Using Buncee About Similes and Metaphors
Read and View at least two other Students' Buncee Presentations
Complete the Flocabulary Assignments on Similes and Metaphors
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