Idioms Figurative Language Fortune Tellers

Allison Fors
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Allison Fors


These fortune tellers or “cootie catchers” are a fun way to teach and practice idioms in a repetitive, consistent way. I recommend mastering one fortune teller of 8 idioms before introducing another fortune teller. Use the key to have students work together and test each other’s explanations!


- 4 fortune tellers of 8 idioms each (32 idioms total)

- Idiom meanings key

Assembly directions and how to play are included. All pages are B&W only.



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