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These sites introduce the basic concept of analogies and common types of analogy. Includes examples, lesson plans, tips to solving analogy problems, classroom activities, and online exercises. There is also a link to eThemes resources on similes and metaphors.


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This site contains grammar and usage worksheets for teachers and parent-teachers. Some of the activities are themed with a holidays. NOTE: This site contains ads.
This site provides a variety of games for vocabulary building. Games are structured for primary, intermediate, middle school and high school. NOTE: This site contains ads.
This site provides a lesson with two printable worksheets for practice. This site is free when signed up for a "limited membership". NOTE: This site contains ads.
Find out the format of analogies and how to read them. Includes some most frequently used analogies.
This lesson uses analogy as a strategy to help students understand abstract concepts in the theme of Journey North.
This lesson plan provides ideas for teaching analogies in the classroom. A worksheet, teaching materials, and procedures are included.
Practice your knowledge of analogies through these interactive challenge questions.
Here is an interactive hangman game format to practice analogies.
Find relationships among words that we use in everyday life.
These sites explain how to use similes and metaphors to improve your writing. There are many examples plus interactive quizzes and classroom activity ideas. Includes links to eThemes Resources on personification and other forms of figurative language.

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