I am a Vintage classroom teacher located in the heartland of the United States. I have taught in small rural districts as well as in a large urban setting. Each of these settings has its own challenges and its own rewards. There has never been a year when I have not learned from my students and from fellow members of the faculty.
Figurative language is the topic being practiced while playing this game.
There are 18 questions for practice and it only takes three-in-a-row to win, so every time you play it is different. Trying to get a three of your bunnies in a row adds a sense of excitement to this PowerPoint activity.
Students will choose between metaphors, similes, onomatopoeia, personification, hyperboles and idioms. This game is a good way to review these types of figurative in preparation for mandated testing. There is also a choice of answer not chosen so students have to determine if there really is any figurative language at all.
A great activity for the whole class or for just a few students. The winner is determined by which team gets three of their bunnies in a row. Directions are included in the game preview and in the file with the game.