Tagged: Literary Terms

Hyperbole

Here are some examples of hyperbole: My potatoes are swimming in gravy! It’s so cold that the polar bears are wearing jackets. I’ll be ready in a second. He is as old as the hills. He has a ton of...


Setting and Character Development Worksheet

The setting and the characters are two important elements in the development of any story. This worksheet will help students focus on specific mention of each. Directions call for students to provide details or quotes about the setting of the...


The Difference Between Mood and Tone

Mood and Tone can be a source of confusion for students. This worksheet explains the difference between the two and asks students to find three examples of each term. Mood is the feeling a reader has while reading. It is...