Personification Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.6.5.A

Core Standard

Personification is used by authors to assign human-like qualities to things that aren’t human and in many cases, not even living. Writers like to use this technique to help the reader relate better to what they are explaining or to help the reader understand complex concepts a little better. The next time you see this technique used you will understand why the author used this literary device. Young writers often overlook the importance of the use of this literary device. It can really help your readers form an emotional connection with things and add a heightened value to your overall story for your audience. These worksheets will help students begin to spot and use personification in their own writing pieces.









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