This Figurative Language Butterfly is a creative end of the school year, spring activity, or novel study for elementary students.
This Figurative Language Butterfly is one of my favorite activities of the year.
It’s no secret that students enjoy expressing themselves artistically – and when you can combine creativity with lessons – kids learn!
Here’s a SECRET – these are super-cute hanging in the hall or on bulletin boards!!
And these butterflies make decorating your classroom super-easy!
One idea is to work on one butterfly section each day. that works especially well for students who move at a slower pace or who require more in-depth teaching.
I challenge my more capable students to find examples of figurative language online or to create their own.
The picture below features butterflies that were colored with highlighters. They look especially bright, fun, and cheerful.
Don’t need Figurative Language?
Check out this Butterfly Craft for ALL Subject Areas!
This picture below shows what you’re getting in the Butterfly Craft for ALL Subject Areas Resource available at Teachers Pay Teacher: