Do you study figurative language during your ELA time? If you're like me, the answer is YES! With the change to Common Core standards, children are coming across more and more figurative language in various ELA assignments, textbooks, novels, and tests. I decided to create these idiom task cards to use with my students when we instruct them on figurative language. There are going to be more figurative language task cards to come; however, this is the first of the figurative language task card sets.
An answer key is included, along with a student recording sheet, where the students can record their answers and then check them with they answer key.
Very little prep time involved besides cutting the 28 task cards out on the dotted lines, and laminating them for increased durability.
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