Simile Metaphor Worksheets Middle School
What is a metaphor?
A metaphor is a figure of speech in which two things are compared without the use of like or as. A metaphor is a figure of speech in which two different things are compared without the use of like or as. It compares two things using words like or as. There are metaphors for 4th grade, 5th grade, middle school, and high school. Students read each example and decide if it is a metaphor or a simile. The meaning of metaphors is compared.
What is the example of a simile?
Simile examples are that she is as sweet as candy. Bob is like a deer. Willow's music is very good. She slept like a log. He's as thin as a rail. My dad is a bear. The bar of soap was slippery. During our test, the light was the sun. He was on the road. There are Similes for 4th grade, 5th grade, and high. The 10 pages are perfect for students in grades 3rd through 6th.
Similes and Metaphor Worksheets are related to what?
Similes and metaphors are examples of how to use metaphors. There are two related language techniques. There are some key differences between metaphors and similes. The word like or the word to make the comparison is always used. Don't use the word like or as.
What is the name of the worksheets that students have to complete the simile sentences with?
Students have to complete the simile sentences with words from a word. Here are a few of the worksheets for topic similes and metaphors of chapter vocabulary acquisition and use. The sentences are complete in vocabulary grade.
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