Get ready for a fun KS2 English quiz all about metaphors! Metaphors are like special sayings in stories. In a poem, Charles Causley describes a boy with 'ears like bombs' and 'teeth like splinters'. Then, a surprise - 'his hair is an exclamation mark'! Similes compare things, but metaphors say something is actually something else. Can you spot the difference between a simile and a metaphor?
Make your stories and poems super interesting by using metaphors and similes. When you write next time, try adding one of each!
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