Analogy Fill in the Blanks Worksheet


How to teach Analogies

Using this Analogy Fill in the Blanks Worksheet, students decide the relationships between two pairs of basic ideas to create analogies using a word bank.

This worksheet gives students with multiple different types of analogies. Analogies help students increase their reasoning and critical thinking skills.

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 words in the provided word bank. Afterwards, students can create their own analogies for their friends to solve!

Other resources to use with this Analogy Fill in the Blanks Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are most likely working on vocabulary and critical thinking skills.

Use these Vocabulary Worksheets as an additional resource or homework assignment.

On index cards or pieces of paper, write pairs of words (example: foot and leg). Next, distribute to students. Then, have students find their partner. Once students have found their partner, have students share out the relationship. 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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