This Figurative Language Valentine’s Day 3D Craftivity is an entertaining and engaging literacy-based lesson that will lure your students into the craft of a poet/singer. This craftivity will make a beautiful display in the classroom or at home and decorates any surface quite nicely.
The activity explores the song, “Battlefield” by Jordin Sparks, and asks the students to find figurative language within the song, record the figurative language and explain the language using text-based evidence. This activity specifically focuses on similes, metaphors, idioms, and hyperboles. This is aligned to the Common Core and focuses on citing text-based evidence.
Print these on construction paper, cardstock, or regular paper. If you want to take the coloring out of the activity, print the craftivity on colored cardstock paper or construction paper.
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