Similes @ Moos Elementary (4th Grade)

Last week, we talked about comparisons. We discussed how we can use our five senses to create similes. The students compared big and small things, things in and out of school, and human versus non-human things. They had fun sharing afterward! 

Ms. Jones & Ms. Cobb

4th Grade 

Comparison Poem
Randy A.

Homework is like chitter chatter.
A hairy man is like Big Foot.
Candy is like a sweet person.
A snake is like a word.
A fruit is like a good juice.
A ghost is like a cold wind.


Comparison Poem
Ivannia P.

Basketball is like a monkey jumping all over the place.
Shaking paper is like me yelling that I’m hungry.
Spiders are like movies.
Chocolate is like a bed.
An elephant is like a noisy cat.
A rainbow is like my room.
A horse is like hairy bears.
A jacket is like a feather.
A pencil is like a mouse.
Prince is like a thunderous light.
Gym is like having honey on my hands.


Comparison Poem
Leobardo C. 

A bear is like my baby brother.
Beating drums are like people talking.
Science is like Einstein.
A party is like a hot tub.
Jello is like a cloud.
My family is like a heart.
My name is like confidence.
Poetry is like a heart.
Submitting your homework is like juggling a ball.


Ms. Moss

4th Grade 

Comparison Poem
Isabella R.

A galaxy is like a Dunkin Donut slushie.
A rainbow is like a floating slip n’ slide.
A rose is like a fat, red pen.
Los Angeles is like a New World.
Cotton candy is like paint mixed together.
A bumpy seat is like a trampoline.


Comparison Poem 
Analise E. 

A newborn baby is like a flower blooming.
A colorful drawing is like you dancing to music.
A ball is like a small planet.
Fireflies are like stars moving in the night.
A small bee is like a yellow car.
A small frog is like a small life.
The sun in my eyes is like a fire that is far away.
My bookbag is like a huge bookstore.
My jacket is like a fire on my body.
My glasses are a key.


Comparison Poem
Kimyatta F. 

A unicorn is like a rainbow horse.
A waterfall is like a pool.
Magic is like a surprise.
A person feeling is like glass.
A rainbow is like a tie-dye shirt.
An iPhone is like my treasure.
Clouds are like cotton candy.
Trees are like nature’s treasure.



“Writing poetry makes me feel like I can see myself, like I can see my reflection, but not in a mirror, in the world. I write and I know I can be reflected.”
-Oscar S.

“Writing poetry makes me feel free.”
-Buenda D.

“Writing poetry is like your best friend.”
-Jessica M.