Hyperbole Worksheets To Print:
Exaggerated Phrases - Make the sentence a little bolder or a lot bolder. Beef them up. You can put a little effort in to capture your audience.
Search For It - See if you can find out what is fishy about this story. The first one has been done for you.
Yes/No - Just as if you were in a court of law. Read through all the sentences and see if this technique has been applied.
Circle It - That is really fast to cook and way too much candy. Spot all the impactful sentences in this series.
Fill in the Blanks - That is quite a jump that his brother has. It is fun to share these with other students and see who has the best one.
Using Hyperbole - Practice using this technique by writing a sentence in the space provided using each phrase.
Billy is a nice guy! - Underline each example of hyperbole you find. This is a sailing poem. Set sail!
Hyperbole or No! - If it is used, write "Hyperbole" in the space provided. If the sentence does not contain use it, rewrite the sentence for extra credit.
Learning the Purpose - Rewrite each sentence using hyperbole. You will also take so time and identify its use.
Find Them in Sentences - Read the sentences and circle each time you spot it being used. The more practice you get, the easier it becomes.
Using Hyperbole - Use the descriptions below to write a sentence in the space provided using it.
Paragraphs - Read the paragraph and underline each example you find. You will also create your own thoughts with this technique.
Is It Live? - If the sentence does not contain it, rewrite it using hyperbole. This is a great exercise.
More Exercise - Complete the sentence by writing a hyperbole in the blank space that matches the description.
Label It So - A quick pop quiz for you. Let's look at this. A good way to get a review in before you complete the unit.