Metaphor Worksheets To Print:
Songs – Webreakdown a song.
Family Members– Do you appear to look closely related to a family member?
Search It– Read the following diary entry and underline all of the metaphors you find!
Search It 2
– By now, you already know that a metaphor is a tool that writers can use to create a better image in the readers' minds of an idea they would like to share.
Metaphor vs. Simile – Read the sentences below. Underline the sentence if it is a simile. Circle the sentence if it is a metaphor.
Rewrite– The first one has been done for you.
Rewrite Again – Rewrite each sentence to make it into a metaphor. The first one has been done for you.
Uncover It – Every metaphor has a meaning behind it. Read the following metaphors and see if you can unlock what the sentence is trying to say!
Unlock the Meaning – Circle the two objects that are being compared. Then, write down how those two objects are alike.
Make Your Own Weather – Write your own song verse with a metaphor involving the weather. Use the verse from "Naturally" as an example to write your own metaphor about how people can be like the weather.
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