Classroom Tested- Teacher & Student Approved Episode 16 {GIVEAWAY!}

I tried to think of a creative simile or metaphor to open this post with, but my mind was like a desert today.  :)
 Figurative language is one of my favorite topics to teach each year, and I have to say - for me, similes and metaphors are the cherries on the figurative language sundae!  (Do you see why I like teaching figurative language so much?!  I become a runaway train sharing examples with my students!)  And alliteration is an adored aspect as well... Anyway, that's the topic of this episode of my Classroom Tested - Teacher & Student Approved series!

For Episode 16 today, I am linking up with Amy at The Core of Grade 4!

Click HERE to check out her post describing her experience using my Similes, Metaphors, and Alliteration craftivity in her class.

Thanks again, Amy, for "classroom-testing" this craftivity resource!

In keeping with the format of my previous episodes of Classroom Tested - Teacher & Student Approved, I'll share some of the feedback that has been left at my TpT store of this product:

Cecile H commented:  "We were just reviewing these today. You have covered each of the aspects of figurative language really well. I love the posters, and the kids always love superheroes. Thanks for sharing all of your hard work."

Walkerkatieanne left this feedback: "My students loved doing this in small groups. We hung their posters around the classroom and they love looking at them!"

Would you like to use this Similes, Metaphors, & Alliteration craftivity in YOUR classroom?  Enter the giveaway!  One winner will receive it!  (Already have it?  Enter anyway!  I will gladly substitute it out for another craftivity of your choice.)

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Finally, if you missed previous episodes of this "series", I have links to them in the Classroom Tested-Teacher & Student Approved tab above.

Thanks so much for stopping by today...and come back Tuesday for another episode...if you're in the MOOD (hint, hint!), that is! 

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