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 Figurative Language Examples at Kids Connect

The repetition of usually initial consonant sounds in two or more neighboring words or syllables 
The wild and woolly walrus waits and wonders when we'll walk by 
A resemblance of sound in words or syllables 
holy & stony 
Fleet feet sweep by sleeping geese
A word or phrase that has become overly familiar or commonplace 
No pain, no gain
Big exaggeration, usually with humor 
mile-high ice-cream cones 
The language peculiar to a group of people 
She sings at the top of her lungs
Comparing two things by using one kind of object or using in place of another to suggest the likeness between them 
Her hair was silk
Naming a thing or an action by imitating the sound associated with it
buzz, hiss, roar, woof 
Giving something human qualities 
The stuffed bear smiled as the little boy hugged him close
A figure of speech comparing two unlike things that is often introduced by like or as 
The sun is like a yellow ball of fire in the sky


Affix Review- Flashcards, memory, concentration, wordsearch: 4--2011
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Worsley School Language Arts 
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Power Proofreading

Grammar Blast

Wacky Web Tales

A Guide to Grammar and Writing

National Spelling Bee

Education World—Spice up Your Spelling Lessons

Vocabulary University—Vocabulary Builder

Reading Rockets: Reading Comprehension and Language Arts Teaching

Kids Domain—Reading Games for Young Kids

Enchanted Learning

Children’s Storybooks Online

ABC Teach—Alphabet Activities

Literacy Center

BBC Words and Pictures

Learn to Read at Starfall

Sadlier Oxford Phonics and Word Study Program

Sadlier Oxford Phonics and Word Study Program Family Information Center

Internet Public Library Kids Space—Reading Zone

Education World—Summer Reading Lists for Children

Book Adventure

RHL School—Reading Comprehension