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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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These worksheets focus on hyperbole, or exaggerated phrases. Students can practice using hyperbole to develop their creative writing skills.
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Hyperbole Cafe is a fun poem about a restaurant that serves bowls of soup deeper than the sea and bread that's longer than a train! Following the poem are two pages of hyperbole worksheets.Writing Hyperbole Sentences Free
Write a sentence with hyperbole for each item. For example, if a student is give the words, "an old computer," they might write, "My computer is older than the dinosaurs."Hyperbole Worksheet Member
On the top half of the worksheet, students must tell which sentences have hyperbole and which ones do not. On the bottom half, they write their own hyperbole sentences.Writing Hyperbole Member
Students re-write each sentence and add exaggeration.