Daily Archives: December 30, 2020

I Have, Who has? Game for Teaching Figurative Language and Poetry


The goal of this game is to help students memorize and understand FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE through the use of games. Playing rather than memorizing is a fun activity that will engage students in a classroom.

Included in this purchase is the MASTER SHEET, which contains the answers, attractive STUDENT CARDS, which you can print and cut out in colour (on card stock and laminate for sustainable use), and A SET OF RULES explaining how the game works.

This package contains 23 cards and 12 extra blank cards in case you have a bigger class.

NEW – Now includes editable, blank cards.

You may also be interested in the following:

Analyze This!

Creating a Board Game Assessment Tool

Figurative Language & Poetic Devices Jeopardy Game

Parts of Speech Grammar Circles

Poetry Lesson: Analyzing Poetry

Poetry Unit for Senior Students

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “What do you see? See and write worksheet for Kindergarten!”

by KinderBeez
Pre-Kindergarten – Kindergarten

My 7 year old daughter created this “see and write” worksheet all on her own! She came up with the idea and drew it out all by herself. We worked together to create it in Powerpoint™ and she wanted nothing more then to share it with the world so that kindergarteners can try it out at home!

Your child/student can look through the binoculars to see what they can find! Let them sound out their words to fill in the blanks. What a fun way to start learning how to write.

Thank you for trying out my daughter’s freebie! She is thrilled to share her creativity with the world. Enjoy!


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