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SARA SCHEAR

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Figurative Language: Similes and Metaphors

Figurative Language are words that mean something different than their literal meaning. A simile and metaphor a two types of figurative language. On slide 1, look at each picture and saying and decide if it is a metaphor or simile. One slide 2, you will read different sayings of examples of figurative language. At the bottom of the slide you will create your own simile and metaphor.

4th Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, Vocabulary, English Language Arts, Reading
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