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Did He Really Spill The Beans? Making Sense of Idioms

Did He Really Spill The Beans?  Making Sense of Idioms
Did He Really Spill The Beans?  Making Sense of Idioms
Did He Really Spill The Beans?  Making Sense of Idioms
Did He Really Spill The Beans?  Making Sense of Idioms
Did He Really Spill The Beans?  Making Sense of Idioms
Did He Really Spill The Beans?  Making Sense of Idioms
Product Description
The English language is full of idiomatic expressions that can be confusing, especially to children.
Individually or with a partner, students will use an idiom in a sentence and draw pictures that depict the literal and figurative meanings of their selected idiom.
This activity can be completed in 15 to 20 minutes as a whole group or independent activity.

Includes:
* 3 activity pages with idioms that have varying degrees of difficulty.

* A template for students to use when drawing literal and actual meanings.

* A finished example to use as a model.

* Extension activities.
Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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