Volcanoes - Figurative Language

Updated: 4/21/2017
Volcanoes - Figurative Language
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Volcanoes Lesson Plans

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Volcanoes may be dormant for many years, but if they do erupt they can cause serious destruction. Volcanoes are found in areas where the Earth’s plates meet. Some underwater volcanoes have grown so high that they create islands. Lava cools and hardens to create either a tangle of sharp rocks or a smooth, billowy surface. This lava destroys plants and animals living in the area, but also brings new mountains, new islands, and new soil to the land.


Volcanoes

Storyboard Description

Figurative Language lesson plan for elementary

Storyboard Text

  • PERSONIFICATION
  • Good morning!
  • SIMILE
  • SIMILE
  • “In March 1980, Mount St. Helens awakened from its long sleep.”
  • “The force of the eruption was so great that entire forests were blown down like a row of matchsticks.”
  • “Earth’s crust is broken into huge sections like a giant cracked eggshell.”