Cliches & Idioms "I Have/Who Has" Game Brain Break, Fun for End of Year, Centers

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Ever wonder where the term blue jeans originated? What about the idiom "you are the apple of my eye"? With this game, students find out the meaning and historical significance behind these words.

This is a classroom-tested, colorful print and go set of cards for the"I Have...Who Has" review game. It is a set of 30 cards.

It would be great for ELA, a history, or library class.

I have several other quick, fun, and easy review games in my store. Many are the "human" version of traditional review exercises. These are fun for kids because it gets them moving!

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Key words: word origins, history of the English language, review games, end of year, back to school, idioms, cliches
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Teaching Duration
45 Minutes

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