Thank you for purchasing my Idiom card product. This resources was created to help students identify the meaning of different idioms. These cards are versatile as they can be used with different activities and as a literacy station.
This product is intended for one single classroom use only.
About the resource:
Students will more easily find the meaning of Idioms using these idiom cards.
•30 Idioms and definitions (the page that follows the Idioms are the definitions of the above idioms)
•Birthday suit, bite the hand that feeds you, chip on your shoulder, count your blessings, eleventh hour, eat crow, Eureka!, every cloud has a silver lining, few and far between, catch forty winks, the grass is always greener on the other side, kill two birds with one stone, lock, stock, and barrel, make a mountain out of a molehill, a miss is as good as a mile, it’s never too late to mend, out of the frying pan and into the fire, a penny saved is a penny earned, read between the lines, sit on the fence, steal his/her thunder, take the bull by the horns, till the cows come home, time heals all wounds, Tom, Dick, and Harry, Vice Versa, a watched pot never boils, well begun is half done, what will be will be, and where there’s a will, there is a way.
•Be careful when printing as the definitions are on the opposite side of the idiom they match (i.e. “birthday suit” the definition is on the 4th page on the top right corner). •These need to be printed front to back (duplex)
Assembling the resource:
Depending if you use this as more of a whole class activity or center activity, will determine how you put it together and how many sets of Idiom cards you will need.
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