Metaphors: Understanding Comparisons
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Here's a metaphor worksheet that asks kids to identify the two things being compared and then to explain the similar characteristics that are being identified.
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- Have individuals craft their own metaphors and share in groups
- The third in a series of six resources focusing on metaphors
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- Several of the sentences employ idioms with which readers are expected to be familiar
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