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  • Aug 11th

    Unit 6 C2C English - Lesson 1 - 2 describing the setting.

  • Jun 23rd

    I teach literacy to deaf/nonverbal individuals with developmental delays. This is a fun worksheet for some of the clients.

    • Jun 23rd

      Hi KirstenPCSS,
      Great to hear it will be so useful :) Thanks for your feedback!

  • May 16th

    I am using this resource as a launch into things we are good at in my special needs k1 class. Then we will play charades using the animal cards.

  • Mar 18th

    EALchild, list poems using similes. Year 4

  • Feb 24th

    Having an example bank for my child to refer to that can be easily used when writing sentences.

  • Jan 17th

    This would be useful without the pictures so that children can finish the similes independently

  • Dec 15th

    Low ability Key Stage 3 group

  • Nov 16th

    Teaching Y2 class

  • Nov 6th

    to teach my daughter

  • Oct 11th

    Literacy lesson with lower ability.

  • Oct 6th

    Literacy lessons with low ability students.

  • Oct 5th

    sen yr3

  • Sep 14th

    Using this to help students understand similes. Hoping it will be fun because they will be describing themselves :)

  • Sep 9th

    I will use this worksheet for speech therapy activity for understanding similes

  • Sep 7th

    I'l use this for strengthening my pupils' knowledge on simile.

  • Sep 2nd

    Kids loved this. Helped them create many more similies! Rating showed say 5*

  • Aug 11th

    Teaching similes with Quick as a Cricket! Then students make Scratch computer stories using their similes about themselves.

  • Jul 3rd


    • Jul 3rd

      Hi coll84,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • May 31st

    Excellent for EAL!

  • May 13th

    EAL english

  • May 8th

    Literact Lesson

  • Apr 6th

    Students independent creative work. G4.

  • Apr 1st

    fun with kids

  • Mar 27th


  • Mar 27th

    introduce to y2 class

  • Mar 27th

    great - thank you

  • Mar 20th


  • Mar 2nd

    Similes - Lower set y3

  • Mar 1st

    To introduce similes to a target group of year 2

  • Feb 19th

    Similes with lower set Y3 class

  • Feb 17th

    To introduce similes to my class

  • Feb 10th

    To introduce similes to Autistic child

  • Jan 27th

    similes lesson for EAL

  • Jan 20th

    Morning work during register to reinforce idea

  • Jan 17th

    More able Year 1 simile teaching

  • Jan 14th

    Year 2 simile teaching

  • Dec 12th

    SEN children in KS2

  • Nov 10th

    A lovely resource for lower ability year 3's. Thank you Twinkl x

  • Sep 17th

    Using for EAL/SEN students in Y7 with very slow language acquisition.

  • Mar 24th

    Will be using this in my figurative language unit along with the story Quick as a Cricket.

Simile Worksheet

Simile Worksheet - This lovely worksheet is based on the book "Quick as a Cricket" by Audrey Wood. See how many similies your children can remember from the book, or have them write their own! You could even have them illustrate their writing using the low ink version
This resource is available in Standard, Low Ink and Editable.
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    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Jan 25th
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