IDIOM, ADAGE, and PROVERB Task Cards Set 4 - SCOOT
Recognize and explain the meaning of common idioms, adages, and proverbs.
Idioms, Adages, and Proverbs covered are:
Give one's right arm
If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen
Butter someone up
When in Rome, do as the Romans do
Can't see the forest for the trees
You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar
Get to the bottom of something
Sharp as a tack
Let bygones be bygones
Bite the bullet
Asleep at the wheel
One rotten apple spoils the whole barrel
Nothing ventured, nothing gained
Out of the woods
Take the bull by the horns
Put one's finer on something
Pull the wool over someone's eyes
Blood is thicker than water
Give someone the third degree
Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater
Not one's cup of tea
Necessity is the mother of invention
Dog days of summer
A fantastic way to use task cards is by playing Scoot!
SCOOT is an easy, fun, fast paced game that will get the kids up and moving around.
Place a task card on each desk in numerical order. Each student will read the sentence and will write down the correct answer on their sheet. Then after a minute or two, say "SCOOT!" and the students will SCOOT over to the next seat and get started on the next question straight away.
Scoot Tips and directions are included.
28 task cards.
Numbers for desks (optional)
BONUS! 6 Brain Breaks/Teasers are included too!
You can also laminate the cards and have students write their answers directly on the cards with dry erase markers or they can use the included student recording sheets. Two styles of answer sheets for each set are included for self-checking if desired.
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