A figurative language worksheet asks students to identify examples of some of the most common kinds of figurative language, including personification, hyperbole, alliteration, onomatopoeia, similes, and metaphors.
Figurative language templates help students identify figurative language elements in stories or poetry. Students can define each element of figurative language and then pull examples from the text for reference. Figurative language templates can also be used for students to create their own poetry or short stories!
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