In this writing worksheet, students learn to use similes to make comparisons that will make the text more interesting. Students read a story about Annie Oakley and answer 7 questions about the similes in the text.
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Improve Your Writing with Similes
A language arts worksheet works like a dream. Class members become as busy as bees as they complete a activity geared toward similes. The layout of the sheet is as clear as crystal, with directions that are easy to follow.
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