Sunday, November 8, 2015

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON - “Free! How Cold Is It? A Creative Writing Lesson: Weather Hyperboles”

by Just Add Students
4th - 7th Grade

When the weather outside is frightful and the students inside have yawns to stifle…try writing some hyperboles. 

This is a quick, fun, creative writing assignment that helps students channel their fascination with what’s going on outside the classroom windows. 

This resource addresses:
• figurative language
• prewriting activities
• word choice
• thesaurus skills
• drafting practice
• peer review
• revision strategies

You may also be interested in these resources:

Poetry Writing and Analysis: Weather Poems 

Poetry Writing and Analysis: “Hope is a Thing with Feathers”

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