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What's a Simile?

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Molly Fuller

on 11 January 2016

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Transcript of What's a Simile?

What's a Simile?
Its a comparison of two unlike things using the words "like" or "as"
Simile Example
Even MORE Similes
Quiz Yourself!
Which ones are similes?
Feel free to work with a partner! Then check your answers on the next slide.

Game website
Go to this website and use the spinner to help you create similes. Write them on your game card.

http://www.brainpopjr.com/readingandwriting/sentence/similes/spinner/
Wanna Play a Game?
More Similes
Answers!
A. You're a silly goose.
B. I'm as hungry as a hippo.
C. Life is a highway.
D. Love is like a waterfall.
I'm happy as a clam
He is sly like a fox
She is as brave as a lion

Ms. Fuller was quiet like
a mouse.
Ms. Morris is wise like
an owl
Ms. Davis is as cool as a cucumber
A. You're a silly goose.
B. I'm as hungry as a hippo.
C. Life is a highway.
D. Love is like a waterfall.
That's a simile!
That's a simile!
Psssst! Confused? Here's an explanation: B & D are similes because they compare two things using "like" or "as"

A & C compare two things but they do not use "like" or "as" so they can't be similes!
FIRST! Grab one of the simile game card copies and then... (click next)
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