This is a hilarious worksheet for students to dive into as they hone their figurative language skills! Young wordsmiths will practice identifying the differences between homonyms and homophones as they analyze puns.
Give your students practice with onomatopoeia identification and various contexts of the associated sounds. This worksheet will help your fourth and fifth graders recognize onomatopoeia words and how they enhance the meaning of the text.
Students will play with words as they explore a variety of oxymorons in this fun worksheet. As kids identify these contradictory terms and integrate them into sentences, they’ll see how figurative language can add humor and intrigue to their writing!
What do you call a pig that does karate? A pork chop! This figurative language worksheet gives your students a chance to create art to represent puns. Kids will have fun reading the puns and making their own illustrations to accompany them!
Why is the math book so sad? It has too many problems! Help your students bring puns to life by having them create visuals to represent the play on words. Kids will have a blast reading the puns and making their own illustrations to accompany them.