Literal vs. Nonliteral Language : Reading: Literature : Third Grade English Language Arts Worksheets

Here is a collection of our printable worksheets for topic Literal vs. Nonliteral Language of chapter Craft and Structure in section Reading: Literature.

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Craft and Structure      Literal vs. Nonliteral Language

Worksheet: Third Grade

Hyperbole


Read each sentence carefully. Write “hyperbole” in the blank, if the sentence contains a hyperbole. Write “none” in the blank, if it does not have one.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Idioms


Determine the meaning of each underlined idiom. Choose the best meaning.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Interesting Hyperbole


Read each sentence carefully. Add a hyperbole to make each sentence interesting and exaggerated.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language



Write the idiom. Illustrate the literal meaning of the idiom, then explain the nonliteral meaning of the idiom.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Metaphors


Rewrite each sentence without the metaphor to show what you think it actually means.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Personification


Read each sentence carefully. Circle the idea, object, or animal being personiļ¬ed. Underline the words that show personiļ¬cation.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Simile or Metaphor


Determine whether each sentence below is a simile or a metaphor. Write S for simile or M for metaphor. Then, underline the words that are being compared.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language


Worksheet: Third Grade

Similes and Metaphors


Add a simile to the each sentence to make it more descriptive and clear.

Category:  Reading: Literature     Craft and Structure     Literal vs. Nonliteral Language



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