Welcome to another Manic Monday! I made these Figurative Language bookmarks awhile ago when I was trying out some new techniques using Powerpoint to make printables.
As you have already noticed, I am also obsessed with all things chalkboard. I forgot I had uploaded them until I came across them the other day. They had been downloaded hundreds of times, without my needing a blog post!
I decided they would make a great Manic Monday Freebie as many of my bloggy buddies south of the border are getting ready for Back to School. Warm up your colour printers and laminators!
I find that while teaching reading, it is important to refer to the different types of figurative language frequently. I have poster sets up on bulletin boards in my classroom, but I found giving my students different bookmarks during the year was also helpful.
Print on cardstock, cut in half and laminate! EASY!
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