This page works well with idioms. The students will list the idioms on the top of the page, create an illustration of what the idiom sounds like it means, and finally write the actual meaning of the idiom. For example, the student may write "raining cats and dogs" at the top. They will then draw a picture of cats and dogs falling out of the sky. Finally, at the bottom, the students will write "Raining really hard." I have created this in a pink, green, and gray color using publisher. You can change the colors if you'd like, or just print it in black and white. My students loved doing this activity. I printed it on front and back of the paper, so they were able to do 4 idioms on one page.