Two ways to compare things! Metaphor - Comparing two nouns Simile - Comparing two nouns using the words  “like”  or  “as”
The homework was a breeze.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
He was as sly as a fox.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
My memory was a little foggy.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The teacher was as wise as an owl.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The classroom was a zoo.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The runner was as quick as lightning.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
I am as hungry as a bear.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
You are the sun in my sky.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
You are the apple of my eye.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
She was as cool as a clam. Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The suitcase was as big as a bus. Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
My dad was boiling mad.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The night was as black as tar.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The boy’s stomach is a bottomless pit. Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The moon was a giant face smiling down on me. Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The lake was like glass.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
A baby giraffe is as tall as a Basketball player.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
I am a rainbow.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
Life is a dream.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The box was as big as an elephant.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
He was as busy as a beaver.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The test was as easy as pie.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The inside of the car was a refrigerator.  Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
The cat was as happy as a clown.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
My dog is a cowardly lion.   Simile Metaphor
Great  Job!
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  1. 1. Two ways to compare things! Metaphor - Comparing two nouns Simile - Comparing two nouns using the words “like” or “as”
  2. 2. The homework was a breeze. Simile Metaphor
  3. 3. Great Job!
  4. 4. He was as sly as a fox. Simile Metaphor
  5. 5. Great Job!
  6. 6. My memory was a little foggy. Simile Metaphor
  7. 7. Great Job!
  8. 8. The teacher was as wise as an owl. Simile Metaphor
  9. 9. Great Job!
  10. 10. The classroom was a zoo. Simile Metaphor
  11. 11. Great Job!
  12. 12. The runner was as quick as lightning. Simile Metaphor
  13. 13. Great Job!
  14. 14. I am as hungry as a bear. Simile Metaphor
  15. 15. Great Job!
  16. 16. You are the sun in my sky. Simile Metaphor
  17. 17. Great Job!
  18. 18. You are the apple of my eye. Simile Metaphor
  19. 19. Great Job!
  20. 20. She was as cool as a clam. Simile Metaphor
  21. 21. Great Job!
  22. 22. The suitcase was as big as a bus. Simile Metaphor
  23. 23. Great Job!
  24. 24. My dad was boiling mad. Simile Metaphor
  25. 25. Great Job!
  26. 26. The night was as black as tar. Simile Metaphor
  27. 27. Great Job!
  28. 28. The boy’s stomach is a bottomless pit. Simile Metaphor
  29. 29. Great Job!
  30. 30. The moon was a giant face smiling down on me. Simile Metaphor
  31. 31. Great Job!
  32. 32. The lake was like glass. Simile Metaphor
  33. 33. Great Job!
  34. 34. A baby giraffe is as tall as a Basketball player. Simile Metaphor
  35. 35. Great Job!
  36. 36. I am a rainbow. Simile Metaphor
  37. 37. Great Job!
  38. 38. Life is a dream. Simile Metaphor
  39. 39. Great Job!
  40. 40. The box was as big as an elephant. Simile Metaphor
  41. 41. Great Job!
  42. 42. He was as busy as a beaver. Simile Metaphor
  43. 43. Great Job!
  44. 44. The test was as easy as pie. Simile Metaphor
  45. 45. Great Job!
  46. 46. The inside of the car was a refrigerator. Simile Metaphor
  47. 47. Great Job!
  48. 48. The cat was as happy as a clown. Simile Metaphor
  49. 49. Great Job!
  50. 50. My dog is a cowardly lion. Simile Metaphor
  51. 51. Great Job!
  52. 52. OOPS Try again Back
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