Learn to dramatize, accentuate or embellish your thoughts and ideas using exaggeration as a rhetorical device. Our printable worksheets on hyperbole address the everyday and literary needs of the students of grade 5 through grade 8, by acquainting them with the effective use of overstated and overemphasized hyperbolic expressions, using explanatory, descriptive and thoughtful chart, poem and engaging exercises. Access some of these worksheets for free!
Use this visually appealing printable chart to introduce 5th grade and 6th grade students to the literary device of hyperbole, containing an explanation with examples.
This circling-the-hyperbole worksheet pdf with sentences, helps children identify the words and phrases that express an exaggeration of ideas or feelings to create a noticeable effect.
This very amusing pdf worksheet requires students to describe the given illustrations using overstatements or expressions with unreal or extreme statements.
With this printable worksheet give children, the exposure and practice of matching the first part of a sentence to its hyperbolic description in order to observe and connect the accentuation.
Let students of middle school identify and enjoy the creativity, humor and emphasis in thoughts and ideas, by checking the sentences that are hyperbolic in this pdf worksheet.
Help students of grade 6 and grade 7 to explain how the hyperboles embellish or highlight ordinary speech and are far from their literal interpretation to produce a stronger or loftier effect.
Learn to dramatize and intensify everyday conversations by converting simple ideas to hyperbolic statements in this pdf worksheet by adding phrases with creative exaggerations.
Have students of middle school do this enjoyable exercise of completing the sentences with words that add some humorous effect, strong impression or overemphasis to create overstatements.
Practice perking up and bringing to life ordinary expressions by using hyperboles with this printable of rewriting sentences using the given hyperbolic phrases. Enjoy the surge of creativity.
Superlatives are essential elements in conveying the extremes that add to the intensity or effect of a hyperbolic expression. This printable worksheet provides practice with hyperboles using superlatives.
Learning hyperboles would seem lacking without the literary flavor of a poem made larger-than-life with the punches of hyperboles. Let the 7th grade and 8th grade students enjoy and underline the exaggerations.