Metaphor Worksheets To Print:
In th Poems!- What does the poem mean to you? We have you breakdown a poem to look for deeper meaning.
Songs - We breakdown a song with you. See if you can spot how this technique is used in music.
Favorite Places - It looks like a place to play. What is your favorite place? Write all about it.
Family Members- Do you appear to look closely related to a family member? Tell us all about that person.
Compare Feelings- All types of emotions are stirred up here. Explore how language can be used to express hidden meanings.
Search It- Read the following diary entry and underline all of the metaphors you find!
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- 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 selection of text 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.
What's in a Metaphor? - The following sentences are all examples of this form of literary device. Tell us what the two objects have in
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. Make sure it is about how people can be like the weather.
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Cliches - These are often overused. Not much thought goes into it.