S: Snow Everywhere!
BC: This mixbook was made to use the 7 forms of figurative language. They are....... Simile, Metaphor, Literation, Personification, Hyperbole, Idiom, and Onomatopoeia. This is the poem Ms. McGrady made us remember to help us...... A simile is like a song it's as easy to remember.A metaphor makes soft white snow, sifted suger in December. A little alliteration lets the lessen lilt and linger. A rake thats been personified slips and hurts its finger. Hyperbole exaggerates her crying caused a flood. Onomatopoeia imitates Kaboom, kerplunk, kerthud.
FC: Snow Everywhere!
1: By: Ryan Pugh | Childersburg, Alabama | October 21, 2010 | Snow Everywhere!
2: I dedicate this book to........ My great grandfather because of his death in 2000 during the winter We still remember you grandpa.
3: Simile | Winter is like a cup of hot chocolate with snow in it
4: metaphor | Winter is a white dove diving from a tree.
5: Literation | A little snow lifts and lunges to the low ground
6: Personification | Snow jumps from roof tops and goes sledding down
7: Hyperbole | At times, Snow makes the world fall apart!
8: Idiom | At times, my mom would say I was as slow as molasses is January.
9: Onomatopoeia | Snow goes thud, thud, thud on the snowy ground during winter.
10: Simile | Winter is like a cup of love with presents as the marshmallows
11: This was my English class project. Thank Ms. McGrady for letting us create a mix book.