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Personification

Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans



Short Reading Comprehensions
Short Readers
     What Can You Personify? (Short Reader; Grades 3-4 Readability)
     The Personification Ray (Short Reader; Grades 5-6 Readability)


Personification Worksheet Lessons
Personification with Animals, Concepts, and Objects
     Circle the object, concept, or animal being personified (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the object, concept, or animal being personified (Grades 5+)
     Circle the object, concept, or animal being personified and write what is meant (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the object, concept, or animal being personified and write what is meant (Grades 5+)

Personification with Animals
     Circle the animal being personified (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the animal being personified (Grades 5+)
     Circle the animal being personified and write what is meant (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the animal being personified and write what is meant (Grades 5+)

Personification with Concepts
     Circle the concept being personified (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the concept being personified (Grades 5+)
     Circle the concept being personified and write what is meant (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the concept being personified and write what is meant (Grades 5+)

Personification with Objects
     Circle the object being personified (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the object being personified (Grades 5+)
     Circle the object being personified and write what is meant (Grades 3-4)
     Circle the object being personified and write what is meant (Grades 5+)


Reading Book with Personification Questions

          Reading Book with Personification Questions



Reading Comprehension Skills


Reading Comprehension Skills

Alliterations

Author's Purpose

Cause and Effect

Compare and Contrast

Context Clues

Drawing Conclusions

Facts and Opinions

Hyperbole

Idioms - Figurative Language

Inferences

Literary Elements

Main Character and Characters


Main Idea

Making Connections

Multiple Meaning Words

Onomatopoeia

Point of View

Sequencing

Setting

Similes and Metaphors

Summarizing

Supporting Facts




Figurative Language
   Figurative Language


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