3rd Grade Figurative Language Worksheets
Add depth and flavor to your child's writing with our free, printable 3rd grade figurative language worksheets. Answering these exercises will help them write alliterative sentences, and use analogies and similes, among other literary devices.
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A synonym-antonym relationship serves as the thread of connectivity for the analogies in these printable exercises, where kids must identify the analogies as "synonyms" or "antonyms".
Put together pairs of words to create interesting, themed alliterations, making sure to use up all the words displayed in the word box.
Observe the starting sound of each word in the sentence and check if they are the same, checking "alliteration" or "not an alliteration" accordingly.
Complete each analogy by choosing the most appropriate option presented in these printable figurative language worksheets for grade 3 children.
Circle the picture that matches the underlined word in each sentence, keeping in mind that homographs are spelled alike but mean different things.
Key into the letter representing the starting sound that repeats in each alliterative sentence, and write it in the space provided.
Bring to mind the symbols and icons that characterize all your favorite holidays when filling in the missing words to complete these analogies.
Come up with a pair of rhyming words for each given word and write them in the empty blocks in these grade 3 figurative language worksheets pdf.
Give both the options their due attention before deciding on the one most suitable to fill in the blank and complete the sentence meaningfully.
Get children to key into the definition of a homograph, making full use of the illustrated examples in this assortment of printable charts.
Come up with an adjective that is both appropriate and alliterative as it describes each noun in these 3rd grade figurative language worksheets pdf.
Focus on the underlined word in each sentence, deduce its meaning using the contextual clues, and check the correct option in these exercises.
Read each sentence with care and attention, staying on the lookout for the simile featured in it, and underline it as and when you spot it.
Remember that the components that make up the analogies here depict a user-tool relationship as you come up with the words to complete them.
Bear in mind that homophones are pronounced the same but have different spellings or meanings as you match the pictures to make homophone pairs.