Figurative Language Worksheets | Weather Idioms
Teach your students figurative language with four activities focused on weather idioms. These print-and-go worksheets cover 22 weather related expressions with both reading and writing activities.
Life is a Breeze: Discuss or define the meanings of each idiom then have students make comparisions between bad weather/circumstance vs. good weather/circumstance. Follow up with a writing activity explaining a life circumstance that matches three of the idioms.
Get Wind of Me: Use self-reflection skills to decide which weather expression(s) best suit you. Are you a “fair-weather friend” or “a ray of sunshine?” Are you “in a fog” or “right as rain?” Use the writing activity to explain why!
- two worksheets for learning weather idioms (plus answer key)
- two writing activities
- two sheets of weather idioms and definitions