Teaching children idioms is a fun and important skill. Use the idioms you are using in class to complete this interactive project. Give each child a different idiom; use one to model the project with students. First, have the students draw the literal meaning of the idiom. Then discuss as a class or with a partner the actual meaning of the idiom. The project comes with a choice of two paper options. On one page students can just record the actual meaning of the idiom, on the other page students can record the actual meaning and use it in a sentence. This is great for showing students how it can be used in their writing. The last part of the project includes cutting out the top paper to cover the answer. This allows for students and parents to guess the idiom by just the picture. Then they can lift the paper to see the answers. I used this as an interactive bulletin board. My students and parents loved it!