Personification is an imperative form of figurative language that significantly enriches the writing by adding humor, emphasis or decorative touches. Learn to define, understand, identify, explain, enjoy and personify with our personification worksheets for grade 5, grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8 children featuring charts, endearing poems, engrossing stories and plenty of creative exercises. Grab hold of some of them for free!
Familiarize 5th grade children with a simple definition and easy to grasp examples of this commonly used literary tool of personification with this visually appealing printable personification chart.
Help the kids understand how non-human objects are portrayed such that they seem to have abilities of human beings, using this circling the personified objects worksheet for 5th grade and 6th grade children.
Students will gain a deeper understanding of personification by identifying and explaining which and how inanimate objects are endowed with human qualities with this pdf worksheet.
This complete-the-personification exercise will greatly benefit grade 6 learners in relating ideas to objects, to form a fresh and creative perspective employing the literary tool of personification.
Make use of this open-ended and immensely creative task where students of 7th grade and 8th grade bring to life the subjects specified, by personifying them imaginatively in this personification pdf worksheet.
Let the students of grade 6 and grade 7 enjoy inanimate objects springing to life to accompany the poet on her journey through the woods, and underline personification in this endearing poem.
Engage students of middle school with this printable personification worksheet and let them get creative personifying the objects by attributing them with emotions, gestures, speech or sensations.
Take 8th grade students to the crest of imagination and creativity with this personification worksheet of creating sentences personifying any five things of your choice, in Nature.
Does the title "A Spooky Night" intrigue you enough? Well, go ahead and read this gripping story of Jasmine and Kyle in an old mansion made more appealing and engrossing with personification.