Grammar and Figurative Language Resources BUNDLE | Posters Game Activities

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Save 25% by purchasing four grammar and figurative language resources in this discounted bundle!

➊ GRAMMAR POSTERS | FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE POSTERS

Grammar, parts of speech, and figurative language contain many terms and definitions to remember! These colorful posters are the perfect addition to your classroom, giving your students a quick overview when needed. Each term has a definition and examples.

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES

  • 64 colorful posters for the following terms:
    • grammar
    • parts of speech
    • noun
    • common noun
    • proper noun
    • concrete noun
    • abstract noun
    • singular noun
    • plural noun
    • collective noun
    • possessive noun
    • pronoun
    • object pronoun
    • subject pronoun
    • reflexive pronoun
    • relative pronoun
    • verb
    • action verb
    • helping verb
    • linking verb
    • irregular verb
    • adjective
    • comparative adjective
    • superlative adjective
    • adverb
    • preposition
    • conjunction
    • coordinating conjunction
    • subordinating conjunction
    • interjection
    • subject & predicate
    • article
    • compound word
    • contraction
    • abbreviation
    • acronym
    • types of sentences
    • prefix
    • suffice
    • homophones
    • synonym
    • antonym
    • figurative language
    • literal language
    • figure of speech
    • simile
    • metaphor
    • idiom
    • hyperbole
    • personification
    • onomatopoeia
    • assonance
    • alliteration
    • cliché
    • symbolism
    • allusion
    • oxymoron
    • irony
    • adage or proverb
    • pun
    • imagery
    • analogy
  • Black and white ink-saving option is included

➋ ADJECTIVES ACTIVITY

Teaching about adjectives doesn’t have to be boring! This student-centered mini-unit has students analyze restaurant menus, learn about adjectives, create their own menu, and critique another group's menu. This hands-on activity will have your students engaged each day of the mini-unit.

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES

  • Instructions for the teacher
  • Links to printable restaurant menus
  • Example list of adjectives
  • Student critique rubric
  • Grading rubric for the teacher

SUGGESTED TEACHING TIMELINE

  • Day 1: The Importance of Adjectives
  • Day 2: What’s Cooking?
  • Day 3 and 4: If You Build It, They Will Come
  • Day 5: Would You Like Fries With That?

SUPPLIES NEEDED

  • Sample restaurant menus
  • Paper for each group to create their menu
  • Coloring tools (crayons, markers, colored pencils, etc.)

*Please note: Sample menus are not included due to copyright laws. I have included links to printable restaurant menus I've found online for your quick reference. You can download and print menus online or collect takeout menus from local restaurants for this project.


➌ FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE GAME SHOW

Review Figurative Language in a fun and interactive way that involves your whole class. This engaging game show plays like Jeopardy® and covers similes, metaphors, personification, onomatopoeia, alliteration, hyperbole, and idioms. Perfect for an end of year or end of unit review for 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade.

REVIEW BOWL GAME FEATURES

  • Clickable, Jeopardy-style game board that fades values that have been chosen (only the PowerPoint version fades values)
  • 5 game categories with 5 questions in each + a final challenge question, giving you 26 questions total
  • Each question has a separate linked answer slide
  • Navigation buttons on every slide that will take you to the answer slide or game board

CATEGORIES INCLUDED IN THIS GAME

  1. Definition
  2. What Does It Mean?
  3. What Type?
  4. Quotable
  5. Mixed Bag

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES

  • Gameplay instructions
  • Answer key for quick reference
  • Printable team labels for keeping score
  • PowerPoint game show
  • Google Slides™ game show

WAYS TO PLAY REVIEW BOWL GAMES

  • WHOLE-CLASS: Split students into teams. During each round, a student from each team goes into the "hot seat" to compete for their team. All students need whiteboards to solve during the game.
  • VIRTUAL LEARNING: Screen share with your students during a virtual meeting for an interactive whole-class activity.
  • SMALL GROUPS/CENTERS: Set up the game on a computer for students to play against each other.

PLEASE NOTE

⚠️ This resource is NOT editable. You will NOT be able to change any of the questions in the game.


➍ PREPOSITION POETRY

Preposition Poetry is a fun way for students to practice using prepositions appropriately. Students choose an object from any location they’re familiar with - a store, their house, the school, etc. They write a poem, beginning each line with a preposition, describing the location of their chosen object. The final product is an interactive guessing game for readers to figure out what is being described.

THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES

  • Instructions for the teacher
  • Student examples
  • What are Prepositions? poster
  • Common Prepositions Relating to Place poster
  • Student instructions
  • Sample poem

INCLUDED FILE FORMATS

  • PDF: This resource requires Adobe Reader (free software) to access and is NOT editable in any way. You will not be able to manipulate the content inside.
  • PowerPoint: This resource requires PowerPoint software installed on a PC or Mac to access. It has not been tested with other presentation software.

Please ask ALL questions before purchasing.

Copyright © Tiffany Schmidt (The Learning Effect)
All rights reserved by author.
Permission to copy for single classroom use only.
Please purchase additional licenses at a discounted rate for additional users.
Intended for classroom and personal use only.

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