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Language Art

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Using Mentor Texts for Figuative Language. A great way to help your students explore figurative language is to become a figurative language detective. Set up a chart similar to the one below and hunt out elements of figurative language as you read mentor texts. Learn more in our blog post about using figurative language in your classroom.

I love teaching figurative language! It can be a really fun way to encourage students to make their writing come alive. It also makes the writing process

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Figurative Language Anchor Chart.    Nice anchor chart on figurative language including simile, metaphor, hyperbole, onomatopoeia.

Figurative Language Anchor Chart. Nice anchor chart on figurative language including simile, metaphor, hyperbole, onomatopoeia.

Clube Da Cor Atividades Escolares : Atividades Interessantes De 2E0

Sep 27, 2015 - To, Too, Two Worksheet! TONS of great printables to teach grade level skills!

This past week, we learned about synonyms.  The kids really grasped the concept by mid-week!  I am excited to see them start using synonyms...

This past week, we learned about synonyms. The kids really grasped the concept by mid-week! I am excited to see them start using synonyms...

The Art of Blackout Poetry

Have you discovered Blackout Poetry yet? It’s equally fun for kids and adults and you probably have all you need to do it without buying a thing! Blackout Poetry is a form of “found poetry” where you

7 figurative language posters for your classroom: 1. simile 2. metaphor 3. personification 4. onomatopoeia 5. hyperbole 6. idiom 7. alliteration Each poster has a definition and 2 examples.

7 figurative language posters for your classroom: 1. simile 2. metaphor 3. personification 4. onomatopoeia 5. hyperbole 6. idiom 7. alliteration Each poster has a definition and 2 examples.

Peek-a-Boo Book Scene | TheRoomMom, design a view into a favorite book scene, free templates, works with almost any chapter or picture book, grades 2+

If you are looking for a creative way to assess student summer reading, have your kids design a Peek-a-Boo book scene. Continue reading →