Give your students practice with onomatopoeia identification and various contexts of the associated sounds. This worksheet will help your fourth and fifth graders recognize onomatopoeia words and how they enhance the meaning of the text.
Ideal for fourth and fifth graders, this worksheet includes figurative language examples and definitions on the first page, and a second full page of questions and tasks that can be used to check for understanding.
Who doesn’t like to exaggerate a little? Introduce your fourth graders to this fun form of figurative language with this entertaining worksheet. They are sure to have the best time of their lives exploring hyperboles and creating some of their own!
Abbreviations are seen all around us, especially when referencing all kinds of measurements! This worksheet is a fun way to help your fourth graders learn to identify and abbreviate common measurement words, such as ounce or centimeter.
Use this worksheet to teach your students to write compound sentences with the support of sentence frames as they differentiate between literal and nonliteral meanings of idioms. Don’t forget the context clues!