Personification Worksheets To Print:
Personified - You need to run some sentence rewrites here. The first one has
been done for you as an example. Multiple answers
are possible. Feel free to change or add words, but try
to keep the sentence's original meaning.
Activity - You will need a few partners for this one. Write two objects on the first two lines. Have your partner
write down 3 human traits that might describe the objects you wrote
Waking up on the Farm
- You'll need a red pen for this. You will need to provide an explanation at times here.
Make Your Own Story
- Using the objects or animals in the first box and the human qualities
(traits and actions) in the second box, create a short story with
at least 5 sentences.
Checklist - Put an "X" next to each sentence that uses this device. Which one jumps to life for you and which do not?
- Find a famous literary passage that uses several examples of this technique or combine several quotes from a book .
- Underline the object or thing being personified. Explain what it means and how to adapt this technique to your own writing.
Objects with Personalities!
- Under each sentence, write what is being personified and what
human trait the object is given or what human action the object is
Write & Personify
- Write a short 5-sentence story about an animal. Describe and write
about what the animal normally does and how it normally acts.
More Related Worksheet Topic:
Personification In Context - What situation does it fulfill? What do you do with it from here? This really helps you become a better writer and connect with your readers.