Analogies Worksheets

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Gravitate toward our free, printable analogies worksheets to practice to your heart's content a figure of speech that compares two completely different things sharing similar characteristics. Teaching analogies is important because it enables kids to think critically and logically by analyzing how words and ideas are related by one being part, synonym, or opposite of the other. Give kids loads of preparation using our analogy worksheets with answers pdf, which include completing animal analogies, Christmas analogies, synonyms and antonyms analogies, and more.

These worksheets are most recommended for students in grade 1 through grade 4.

CCSS: L.5.5

Animal Analogies

Analogies formed from names of animals are perfect for 1st grade and 2nd grade to kick-start their analogy practice. The relationships covered include animal sounds, animal types, animal houses, and more. Read attentively and complete each analogy.

Animal Analogies

Sports Analogies

Sports and games are fertile fodder for analogies; no wonder we task grade 1 and grade 2 children with completing a range of sports analogies in this part of our printable analogies worksheets. Let them peruse each analogy to accomplish the task.

Sports Analogies

Holiday Analogies

Complete each analogy, inspired by holidays, by filling in the blank with a suitable word. Watch all your favorite holidays, such as Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Christmas in merry action as you breeze through this analogy worksheet pdf.

Holiday Analogies

Synonyms and Antonyms Analogies

This synonym and antonym analogy worksheet is a zingy and raring affair for the analogically thinking young scholars in grade 3 and grade 4! Analyze and find if the words in each analogy are synonyms or antonyms. Complete the analogy by using a correct word.

Synonyms and Antonyms Analogies

Completing Common Analogies

This complete the analogies with one of the four options given is an excellent analogy worksheet for 3rd grade and 4th grade children. Pay attention to how the words in the given part of each analogy are related, and complete it sensibly.

Completing Common Analogies