Fall Similes Writers use similes to compare things. Similes use the words like or as Autumn
SimileDefinition: Simile is when you compare two nouns (persons, places or things) that are unlike, with "like" or "as."Example "The water is like the sun." "
“The water is like the sun" is an example of simile because water and the sun have little in common, and yet they're being compared to one another. The "is" is also part of what makes this stanza an example of simile.
"The rain falls like the sun, rising upon the mountains."
Check to see if you know what simile is. Check the stanzas that you think are examples of simile.
My dog is as wise as an owl .
The snake sings .
Gold is pretty, gold is money .
A computer is like the desk it sits on.
Moon screams at the sun .
Gold, gold, gold, gold. Where's the gol d?
My jacket is like a piece of cloth with a heater.
Light swims through my window .
My shirt is like a bird.
The stars are bright tonight .
My dog's eyes are as kind as a rainbow
The moon is like as
The pumpkins are as as
The leaves are like
The apples are like
The cats are as as a
The night is as scary as
The shadows are like
Halloween is like
The scarecrow is like
The scarecrow is as
The moon is as
The squirel is like
The birds and geese are as
His eyes are as blue as the sky. His eyes are like the blue sky.
Students will create a descriptive autumn similes and write them with a fall theme, design or picture