Childrens books with metaphors and similes

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Teaching Similes with Children's Books -- Best Books List

Carolinda Clatter! Mordicai Gerstein. Roaring Brook Press, The town of Pupickton is very quiet because it is built on top of a sleeping giant. Carolinda is born a very noisy child who inevitably awakens the giant. Picture Book. The Barn Owls.
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Figurative Language: Similes, Fun and Educational Game for Children

Metaphor and s imile lesson plans can be a lot of fun. There's such an inherent creativity in them!

Simile in Picture Books

Read aloud picture books to exemplify how writers use smilies and metaphors to convey meaning. Use these mentor texts to teach similes and metaphors in your writing workshop. And that makes everything feel better. Owl Moon by Jane Yolen, illustrated by John Schoenherr Lyrical, evocative language captures a quiet winter evening when the little girl and her Pa treck through the woods to find owls. The Whole Wide World and Me by Toni Yuly A little girl compares herself using very simple text with only a few words per page to the natural world around her. She is a part of the world just like a flower in a field.

The list below contains the books I have used over the years for teaching figurative language. Some of them are designed to teach about figurative language and some of them are books with figurative language woven naturally into the poem or story. We have a free graphic organizer and figurative language definition cards included in that post. These are books with a purpose of teaching kids about figurative language. Some are explicit, while others are just plain silly and would need a little explanation for some children. The books included below are texts that feature figurative language within the text naturally. These would work better with our figurative language graphic organizer.

Below are great kids books to use when teaching similes and metaphors to kids of all ages. Children's book authors are well known for peppering their books with similes and metaphors. This is page two of our list. Page one has our favorite similes and metaphors books. If you haven't seen that list yet, check there first in order to see the best books for teaching similes. We'd love to grow this list!

See more ideas about School, Similes and metaphors and Teaching cursive. This page lists the best children's books that are full of great simile examples.
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4 thoughts on “Picture Books to Teach Similes and Metaphors | Imagination Soup

  1. Use these mentor texts to teach similes and metaphors in your writing workshop. The similes are obvious making this a good book choice for younger children.

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