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Kathrynn Feeney

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Similies v Metaphors

1. Watch the video as a helpful reminder of the difference between a simile and a metaphor. 2. Read through the statements on the template and decide if each is a simile or a metaphor. 3. Tap to move each statement into the correct column. 4. Use either or to add a simile and a metaphor of your own. 5. Tap twice to submit your work to your teacher. Then head back to OneNote to see what to do next 😉

6th Grade, English Language Arts
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