Please see an update to this post at Poetic Devices and Figures of Speech Free Printable Mini-posters. I created brand new printables for this!
Inside our Reference Organizer, you may have noticed the I made a reference minibook of figures of speech or poetic devices. I used a PDF printable I found at Katie Jensen’s Classroom Posters page. [Update: Unfortunately, Katie has removed her freebie from the Internet. I’m sorry. You will have to create your own.] It was a very useful reference as we went through our poetry study. And we pull it out every now and then when we come across a poetic device in our reading.
Look for the Literary Devices Posters. (It’s a great site for free printables, do some peeping over there; you’re sure to find something you like.) To make a minibook, simply change your print settings to print four per page. I hole punched the corner and used a paper fastener to keep it all together. It would work really well on a ring too.
This post is getting loads of hits from Pinterest. Yeah! I feel sort of badly since I didn’t even create these printables. But, Ms. Jensen has no images on her site, so it’s understandable how this post would get pinned instead of the original site where the posters come from. I hope you enjoy her printables. They are really nice.
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