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Simile or metaphor?. Your challenge today is to recognise the difference between a simile and a metaphor, can you do it?. A simile is where two things are directly compared, and “as” or “like” is usually used to compare. For example: As cold as a dog’s nose. He was slow like a snail.

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    1. Simile or metaphor? Your challenge today is to recognise the difference between a simile and a metaphor, can you do it?

    2. A simile is where two things are directly compared, and “as” or “like” is usually used to compare. For example: As cold as a dog’s nose. He was slow like a snail.

    3. A metaphor also compares two things, but it does it more directly without using “as” or “like”. For Example: The shop was a little gold mine.

    4. Lets see how clever you are!Do you think you are clever enough to be able to tell me if these following sentences use a simile or a metaphor? We shall see!

    5. As slippery as an eel. Simile Metaphor

    6. Simile Metaphor He was a lion in battle.

    7. Simile Metaphor She is as pretty as a picture.

    8. Simile Metaphor The clouds were fluffy like cotton wool.

    9. Simile Metaphor The striker was a goal machine.

    10. Now lets listen to a poem and see if we can find the metaphors and similes in the poem.Listen to the poem

    11. Great work Here is your next challenge: To write a poem about a hobby using at least one simile and metaphor. Do you think you are up to the challenge? REMEMBER to think carefully before you begin writing!

    12. Well done you are correct

    13. Sorry you are wrong, try again.

    14. Well done you are correct

    15. Sorry you are wrong, try again.

    16. Well done you are correct

    17. Sorry you are wrong, try again.

    18. Well done you are correct

    19. Sorry you are wrong, try again.

    20. Well done you are correct

    21. Sorry you are wrong, try again.