17 FREE Short Stories Full of Figurative Language!

  1. This looks great! There is so little for the older students. I will post it on my FB page

    • Shannon says:

      Thank you so much for sharing it! I really do appreciate that. Enjoy the activity!

    • Linda Apple says:

      This looks great. I am always looking for something that is appropriate for 5th graders. I don’t like having to go on Facebook to access the materials because FB is blocked at work and it gets complicated to download it.

      • Shannon says:

        Thanks so much for your kind words! If you email me (, I can email them to you as well if that’s easier!

  2. Sara Tomlinson says:

    I would LOVE to have this freebie, however I do not have a facebook page. Is there any way that I can get it otherwise? thanks!!!

  3. Sharon Hudnall says:

    I love your idea on figurative language stories. I do not have a facebook page. Is there anyway you could email me a copy?

  4. laura says:

    Hi! I couldn’t download figurative language stories from facebook. Any other way I can get it? Thanks!

  5. missy says:

    I love your posts. Is it too late to download a copy of this? I don’t have facebook-


  6. jo miller says:

    how do i print the whole thing? Is it still freee bc if I click on free download it doesnt go anywhere

  7. Kell says:

    HI! Just wondering, do you have copies of short stories for 5th graders. I am being observed this week and need some ideas for short stories that have figurative language. Any ideas? Thanks so much for your help.

  8. Lynda says:

    I wanted to look at your list of books to use with artic sounds. Unfortunately, FB is blocked at my worksite. 🙁

  9. Ashley Kendall says:

    Anyway you could email me the link to your figurative language freebie? Facebook is blocked at my work.

    Thank you

  10. Julia says:

    This looks like an awesome resource I would love to use! But despite “liking” you on facebook, I can’t figure out how to get it to download. I’ve looked at the narrative and expository packages, but I’m more interested in the figurative language. Suggestions?

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