Wonder how to teach similes and metaphors? What about personification or alliteration or hyperbole? And how do you make it fun?
Use this Free Worksheet Packet – Learning Fun with Valentine’s Day Literary Devices to include all ages in having fun with figurative language and literary devices.
Using a Valentine’s Day theme learn the definitions for similes, metaphors, personification, imagery, alliteration and hyperbole. Then practice identifying them in examples with a Valentine’s Day theme! Celebrate Valentine’s Day by writing your own about your valentine and sharing them with others.
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