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Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative

Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
Idioms Using Real Pictures Literal/Figurative
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Idioms, figurative language, literal, figurative, real pictures, vocabulary, language, higher order thinking skills

This unit can be used many different ways including;
Vocabulary cards- (74 beautiful, real picture cards total) The cards can be printed on the page as they appear and taught to your students. They can also be cut out and used as a matching game. Print the cards on card stock and laminate. Cut them out and mix them up. Place them face down on the table or put one card face down on each students desk. Have the students work to find who has the match to their card (the thought of version to the correct version first, then the definition to the correct card).

Definition cards for matching (38 cards).

A data sheet/answer key pgs 44-47.

Three worksheets; Make a sentence pg 61, multiple choice pg 62, and understanding correct usage pg 63.

Storage cards are included after you cut them out an laminate them for easy organization pgs 41 and 42.

Application of idioms worksheet for a cut and paste activity with paraphrasing the meaning. The pictures can be cut out and glued in the blanks and then the meaning of the idiom can be described in written format by the student pg 43.

Slides 38 and 39 are two idioms that are used to determine if the students have prior knowledge of meaning. They are “once in a blue moon” and “don’t cry over spilled milk.”

Idioms included:
Two peas in a pod
Head in the clouds
Pig-out
Heart of gold
Don’t spill the beans
Down in the dumps
Sleep like a log
Time flies
Hit the road
On the ball
Cat got your tongue
Break a leg
Head above water
Apple of my eye
Snail’s pace
Over the moon
Head buried in the sand
All tied up
Don’t let the cat out of the bag
Walking on air
Open up a can of worms
Butterflies in your stomach
On the fence
Couch potato
Just horsing around
When pigs fly
I’m all ears
Hold your horses
Airhead
Finding a needle in a haystack
Burning the candle at both ends
On thin ice
The early bird gets the worm
Bite your tongue
Under the weather
Seeing red
Once in a blue moon
Don’t cry over spilled milk
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