Literary Devices BUNDLE: Idioms, Similes & Hyperboles Language help pages (6 + Key) and Literary Device Matching Activity Cards (Set of 70)
Included in this Bundle:
• Literary Devices: Set of 20 Language and Writing help SEMI-PRO Matching Activity Cards
• Literary Devices - Hyperboles, Idioms, Similes - Elementary language help (6 pages)
• Idioms: Set of 25 Figures of Speech Language help ROOKIE Matching Activity Cards I
• Idioms: Set of 25 Figures of Speech Language help SEMI-PRO Matching Activity Cards II
What are Figures of Speech? An Idiom is a figure of speech having non-literal meaning. Similes compare two similar things while hyperboles exaggerate for dramatic effect!
Designed to be used with:
Educational GAME: GadZooks! Language help - Elementary Figures of Speech
Explore the inner workings and nuances of modern English. This learning resource guides young grammarians to:
• Learn about the Literary Devices Idioms, Similes & Hyperboles via short writing activities
• Discover the history behind some of English's most popular figures of speech
• Match popular idioms to their meanings via matching activity cards (2 sets of 30)!
What to do with the Matching Cards: Simply print out these pages on card stock or a thicker paper. Cut apart the matching cards along the dashed lines. Laminate for longevity. Use an uncut version as your answer key!
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Resource Color Guide (just like the Montessori hierarchical colors):
ROOKIE Pages (Green) - Aimed toward early to mid level elementary students.
SEMI-PRO Pages (Blue) - Aimed toward mid level elementary students.
VETERAN Pages (Red) - Aimed toward mid to late level elementary students.
But of course, you know the child best, so adjust accordingly.
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