Using figurative language is a great way to boost your child's writing skills and creativity. With the help of this worksheet, she'll be a metaphor master.
This worksheet is a beast! That's a metaphor, and your child will be writing his own metaphors in no time, then he can use them in a poem.
Kids completing this third grade reading and writing worksheet learn the definition of a simile, then use pictures as clues to complete the similes.
Can you memorize this poem? Can you draw a picture of it? This worksheet challenges your child to do both while getting a taste of poet Robert Frost.
Does your child have an ear for rhyme or a passion for poetry? Have her examine the rhyme scheme of this silly limerick, and soon she'll be making her own!
You've never created a haiku like this before! Write a haiku and then draw a picture that brings your words to life.
What better time to learn how to rhyme? Try this worksheet; it'll be sweet! Your child can learn rhyme scheme using this famous Robert Frost poem.
You only get something out of it if you put something in! Have your child try five-part challenge, with the final goal being memorizing a poem word for word.
Haiku poetry is great for capturing the idea of nature, and this worksheet helps your young poet make the connection.
Do you know how to haiku? This haiku worksheet gives your budding poet practice with counting syllables and noticing the role of rhythm in poetry.