Analogies Multiple Choice Worksheet


How to teach Analogies

Using this Analogies Multiple Choice Worksheet, students decide the relationships between two pairs of basic ideas to create analogies using multiple choice.

This worksheet gives students a first opportunity to look at analogies. The analogies have straight-forward relationships for students to begin learning about how analogies work.

Students will decide the relationship between the first pair of words to create a pair of words that match the same relationship. Once students fill in the blanks, they create analogies using the multiple choice answers. Afterwards, students can create their own analogies for their friends to solve!

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Introduce this worksheet by writing the phrase “Tie is to Neck”. Ask students to write another pair that matches the one that you gave them. Students share out their ideas. Name this as creating an analogy. Then, have students work independently or with a partner to finish the analogies! Challenge students to name the analogy relationship (part to whole, opposites, etc).

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