This Sample Deck of Boom! Cards introduces student-scholars to seven of the most common forms of Figurative Language: Simile, Metaphor, Imagery, Personification, Alliteration, Allusion, and Onomatopoeia. The first 7 cards are direct instruction/teaching cards, while the 8th card is an instruction card. The remaining 12 slides give student-scholars the opportunity to practice identifying the various types of figurative language. The full set of 50 cards is available for 300 points!
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ELA in Middle School proudly uses Ron Lieshman’s Digital Toonage “Teachers” and “School Kids” sets in this Deck of Boom Cards!
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This is a great independent practice for my students. They will learn the different types of figurative language.
I can see why these are popular!
Thank you for the opportunity to experience BOOM cards! I can see why they are so popular. Instant feedback for students! I was especially impressed that the card I skipped came back! HA HA - I had to get it right to move on!