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Allison Timmons

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Holes: Simile & Metaphor

1. Hit the green add button 2. Using your knowledge of Simile and Metaphors, sort the sentences into the correct category. 3. Pick ONE of the items you put in the Simile and ONE in the Metaphor category and explain why it is a Simile and why it is a Metaphor. You can use the mic option to record your reason. 4. Hit the green check to post your work!

5th Grade, English Language Arts
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