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Our free, printable simile worksheets help your vocabulary be twice as good! A simile occurs when we compare two dissimilar objects using "as" or "like". Remember to use "as" with adjectives and "like" with verbs. Our simile worksheet pdfs include exercises like identifying similes, completing sentences with similes, and more!
These similes worksheets are ideal for grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 kids.
CCSS: L.4.5.A, L.5.5.A
Pairing Verbs/Adjectives with Nouns to Form Similes
Form similes by pairing the given verbs or adjectives with the nouns. For instance, "Solid" from box A and "rock" from box B together make the simile "as solid as a rock".
Identifying Similes in Sentences
Watch your 3rd grade and 4th grade children's skills in identifying similes go from good to great as they underline the simile along with the verb or adjective.
Completing Sentences with Similes from the Box
Add to your stock of similes with our printable simile worksheets where grade 4 and grade 5 kids use an appropriate simile to complete each sentence.
Writing Similes to Describe Pictures
In this part of our simile worksheet pdfs, 3rd grade children create similes by observing the picture to know which verb or adjective to use and which object to compare to.
Forming Similes and Using Them in Sentences
These similes worksheet pdfs get children in 5th grade forming similes and making sentences using them. Remember to use "like" with verbs and "as" with adjectives.
Expand the scope of simile practice with these printable exercises, where the task is for kids to identify whether the figure of speech used in each sentence is a simile or a metaphor.