Printables for This Topic:
Shade of Meaning
– Next to each word below, write a word that conveys the same general
idea, but to a lesser intensity.
Word Find to Sentences
– Circle the correct word in the puzzle above. Then write the word
on the line provided.
Sentences – Add specific details to make each sentence more
compelling. Use figurative language, adjectives, adverbs or sensory
with Metaphors – Read each sentence below. Underline the metaphor.
Then on the line, write the quality that is being assigned and what
it is being assigned to.
First Day at
a New School – It is Darla's first day at a new school, and
as soon as she gets home, her mother wants to hear all about it.
– Jane wrote a postcard to her friend Karen about her beach vacation,
but the postcard is pretty boring.
How many ways can
you say "like"? – Each of the words or phrases in
the left-hand column basically means "like", but each one differs
just a little to convey a specific meaning that is slightly different
meaning than the others.