Analogies Task Cards and Anchor Charts Activities:
Are you looking for comprehensive, informative, and engaging word analogies task cards and anchor charts? You can use this activity with small groups, an entire class, or individual students.
This activity includes the following:
- Seven instructional pages explaining sample word analogies types using sentence frames (each type is on a half sheet that can be cut and included with the analogy task cards)
- 36 task cards with three distinct question types (and the sentence frames to match the relationship between the words in the analogy)
- An answer sheets
- Answer keys
Note that there is an extra “challenge” answer sheet for students who can identify a possible sentence frame for task cards 13-36.
This product is designed to help students understand analogies and not just answer analogy equations. Students will be able to understand the relationships between the words in the analogies given.
NOTE: THIS FILE INCLUDES A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!
This product includes a digital option (as well as the no prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet.
This PDF file contains 38 pages + Google Slides™ and Google Forms™.
James C –
Katherine L –
Lori P –
All of these task cards are amazing. I am slowly but surely buying them all!! Highly recommend purchasing these. You will definitely want to purchase them all.
Julie M –
Excited to use!
kimbra K –
I have found this very helpful to break down to my students.
Annie Good –
Can’t wait to use these!
Amy B –
Bethany M –
I love how these cards show analogies in sentence form as well as standard form.
Sharla P –
Great for small groups!
Nicole Uhrin –
tracey T –
These are great! Thanks!
These worked great in stations!
Sherry D –
Great group activity
Ashley S –
Great way to review analogies before NeSA!
Kacie W –
This was a great way to review and practice analogies!
Nazira A –
One of my top 2 favorite sellers for Language Arts unit. Absolutely loved these cards, I really appreciate you taking the time to ALWAYS include definition / explanation & examples pages in the beginning of each unit ! That is a great benefit : )
I truly appreciate the creativity behind these cards !
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Mrs Killen’s Kids –
I looked at quite a few products before deciding on this one! I love the posters and colorful cards! Thank you!
Rosa Claudio –
Christy P –
Robin Chiang –
A great? resource for teaching analogies.
Joyful Teaching and Learning –
Teaching with Zen –
Great Thank you!
Haleigh H –
Laura C –
Can’t wait to use these – so important in teaching critical thinking skills!
Michelle R –
Good for a warm up.
Joann So –
Love it! Great explanation and examples!
Amanda S –
Lynda A –
Great to have Resource
Patricia G –
Perfect!! Thank you!
Laura M –
Sara V –
I loved these analogies task cards. They are a great resource when discussing the types of analogies.
Joanna T –
great for using in table groups or stations
Ashli G –
This looks great! I can’t wait to use it this year!
Cynthia P –
Great product! Thank you!
Shelia N –
Absolutely awesome resource!
Elizabeth Greenwood –
Very happy with this resource. I have been able to adapt it for my online students, and also my in-person students. It’s great for an exit slip or a when you have just a few minutes with the student. I will use this even more when we are back in school!
Diane D –
Great for critical thinking!
Kimberly JamesonDean –
I love how user-friendly and colorful this set is! Thank you!
pamela ozuna –
This resource was great in teaching students about analogies.
Lindsey S –
My students love these as a warm up for my GT class.
Althea W –
I’ve put this in a center for small groups. Students have to really tap into higher level thinking skills to identify the type of comparison they are seeing and also to find the word to complete the analogy. It takes them several sets of analogies to figure it out. After that, they really enjoy this center.
Halliday’s Goodies –
My students loved it!
This Is How We Ritter –
Rosa F –
Very good resource. We are working on this lesson so that we may get ready for WordMasters.
Carlye D –
Good resource. It helped my students review analogies and I was able to check their understanding.
Big City Teach12 –
These were great to help students practice. Thanks!
Bridget S –
This was just the resource I was looking for. My students had fun learning about these anologies.
Beatriz B –
Great resource for small groups!
Lori K –
This is a great resource!
rachel Y –
This is perfect. Great breakdown of word relationships for Analogies! Perfect for my students! Thank you!!
Cindy C –
Love these..use as a center in y reading class.
Christina J –
This is definitely a thorough resource to teach analogies. Thank you for your hard work.
Jenna D –
Great resource! Students loved it.
Sarah K –
This is a great resource.
Gaye M –
I’ve been trying to introduce analogies to our twins by making my own activities, so this is a VERY welcomed resource!
Faith Filled Fun for All –
This is going to help my students better understand analogies. Thank you!
Kyrstin Gabay –
This was a great resource! The task cards were a great culminating activity!
Teaching with Melissa G –
Great resource for analogies! Thank you!
Lisa H –
Julie Hadfield –
Just what I needed. 🙂
Susan E –
This is a great resource.
Ayesha T –
This helps spread the concept of analogies.
Giovanna S –
This was a helpful resource that I used for explaining analogies. The students liked them. Thank you!
Amanda R –
Susan Lehner –
Great resource! Thank you!!!
Tanya M –
This has been a great addition to my classroom!
Erica B –
Visually appealing, organized, and easy to use. Great resource!
Monica Burke –
This is a great format to practice skills in an online learning environment.
Jessica H –
Georgia Peach that loves to teach –
I use this daily in my morning slides. My students are really getting the hang of it.