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Literary Devices Game

A review of literary devices including alliteration, hyperbole, simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, and personification. It's got pictures and videos and a sense of humor, so enjoy!
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Kelly Bernhardt

on 9 March 2017

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Transcript of Literary Devices Game

Literary Terms
The Game
Name that Literary Device!
I'm so hungry, I could eat a horse!
Name that Literary Device!
You're a tiger!
A tiger!
And the answer is...
Hyperbole!
And the answer is...
Metaphor!
Name that Literary Device!
The way you move is like a full-on rainstorm.
And the answer is...
Simile!
Name that Literary Device!
The bluebird sang a happy song to greet the morning sun.
Name that Literary Device!
Clark Kent can't keep kryptonite close.
Name that Literary Device!
The sunflowers danced in the brisk breeze.
And the answer is...
Personification
And the answer is...
Alliteration
And the answer is...
Personification!
Name that Literary Device!
My heart's a stereo. It beats for you, so listen close.
Name that Literary Device!
I'm so tired, I could totally sleep for a year!
Name that Literary Device!
Splish-splash!
I was taking a bath.
And the answer is...
Metaphor
And the answer is...
Hyperbole!
And the answer is...
Onomatopoeia!
Name that Literary Device!
The cracks in the craggy cliff creaked and crackled in the cold current.
And the answer is...
Alliteration!
Name that Literary Device!
It's a bit chilly outside today!
And the answer is...
Understatement
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