This activity is a card game in which the teacher or clinician begins with the starter card. The purpose of the game is for the students to identify meanings of idioms in a fun game setting. After the clinician or teacher reads the starter card, the continuation of the game is driven by the students. The starter card reads: Who has the idiom that means it is raining really hard? The person with that idiom must say: "I have It's raining cats and dogs" and then read the meaning of the idiom they are looking for by saying "Who has..." and the game continues. There is a total of 24 game cards including a start and end card. This game is a great way to assess and or review student's knowledge of the meanings of basic idioms. Print, laminate, cut and play! Enjoy :)
As a follow-up OR beginning lesson, you can play the Kahoot I created found by searching Idioms Kahoot!
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