Similes are one device authors can use to compare two different things. They are easily identified because they use the words "like" or "as" in the comparison. The following collection of activity sheets will help your students learn how to identify and use similes correctly. Activities include completing sentences with the correct simile from a given list, identifying similes within given sentences, identifying which things are being compared by a simile, differentiating between similes and metaphors, and more.
Metaphors and similes make comparisons, but the difference between the two are the words that are used. Metaphors state direct comparisons, while similes use words such as like or as. That is the dead give away on that.