5th Grade Figurative Language Worksheets
Our free, printable 5th grade figurative language worksheets teach kids the art of embellishing writing using devices such as similes, metaphors, and idioms. Additional focus on proverbs, adages, and analogies widens the scope of this collection.
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Get to the bottom of things by recognizing the source of the rhythm and flavor in these sentences as either rhyming or alliterative words, and write your answers in the blanks.
Bring the ending syllables of the words into your field of vision and check if they sound similar when completing these rhyming-word analogies.
Think of sentences of your own to illustrate both the meanings of each homograph in these grade 5 figurative language worksheets pdf.
Study each sentence, zeroing in on the idiom it features, underline the idiom, and write a crisp explanation for it in the space provided.
Revel in the fun and excitement of each poem, honing in on the similes that pop up every now and then, making sure to underline them.
Color the phrases green if they’re examples of onomatopoeia, and color them red if they’re not examples of onomatopoeia in these exercises.
Peruse each pair of sentences, paying attention to every single word, and check the sentence that uses personification to express an idea.
Read each sentence, and check whether it houses an exaggerated comparison, writing "hyperbole" if it does and "no hyperbole" if it doesn't.
Seamlessly pair up words with seemingly opposing meanings to create oxymorons in these pdf figurative language worksheets for 5th grade.
Observe each picture, capture its central theme, and come up with a sentence using personification to describe the idea behind the picture.
Keep at the forefront of your mind the message behind each proverb, and check the proverb that has an opposite or a nearly opposite meaning.
Form a simile using each pair of words and use it in a sentence of your own in these printable figurative language worksheets for 5th grade.
Complete the alliterative tongue twisters by using appropriate words from the word box in these grade 5 figurative language worksheets pdf.
Come up with two meanings for the homographs given, keeping in mind that homographs mean different things, but are spelled the same way.
Select appropriate words from the word box to add in front of the underlined part of each sentence to make it delightfully alliterative.