Make Clay Idioms a "Piece of Cake"!
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This year, third graders will be taking their vocabulary to new heights and exploring such concepts as metaphor, simile, hyperbole, and personification. This guided lesson in vocabulary and figurative language offers clear and practical definitions of new words and expressions, along with plenty of practice opportunities. Understanding vocabulary and figurative language deepens reading comprehension skills and enriches the writing process.
This year, third graders will be taking their vocabulary to new heights and exploring such concepts as metaphor, simile, hyperbole, and personification.
This lesson includes printable activities: Download All (5)
Exercise: Synonyms and Antonyms 1
Exercise: Homophones and Homographs 1
Exercise: Meaning of Compound Words 1
Exercise: Abbreviations 1
Exercise: Determining Meaning Using Context Clues 1
Exercise: Reference Materials for Word Meaning 1
Exercise: Metaphors 1
Exercise: Similes 1
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