Simile Worksheets To Print:
- You are given a descriptive word, make a sentence of it. Use adjectives that can help you make it vivid to readers.
Finish the Sentence -
Time to get super creative. We are looking for one killer term to finish of these sentences.
Scrambled Similes - What messed up sentences, give them a tug. With a quick touch bring more meaning to them.
Writing and Explaining Things - Make those similes fill up quick. After you are finished share it with a partner and see if they can make sense of it.
Cooking Up a Good One - Cooking can be hectic and go many different ways, much like similes! Use this technique three times for each item that is involved in cooking.
Identifying Them - On the blank line under each sentence, identify the use of the literary device. The first one has been done for you.
Matching Them - Match the partial sentence with the correct simile. You are really matching the beginning and end of a sentence together.
What is Being Compared? - You will need to read into this one and show where it is used. Show that you understand the visual that it is attempting to explain.
Turn Your Them into a Poem - Brainstorm a list of similes in the box below. Using at least 5 of your brainstormed ideas, make a poem.
Pick Them Out Of Thin Air - Circle all the sentences below that use this technique. Some of the sentences do not meet the criteria.
More Simile Worksheet Topics:
Metaphors - These are the comparisons that do not use the words like or as. They are often confused with this topic. The difference is just the ise of those two terms though. It is not that complicated.
Writing Descriptively - We explore how to improve your use of language in your writing. Where are you lost and where are you locking it down?