For children who need to practice idioms or figurative language.
This pack contains 20 multiple choice questions where an idiom is used in context and then the child is asked what the idiom meant. A situation is described and then someone in that scenario uses an idiom. 4 choices are given for the child to choose from regarding what the person meant when they used that idiom.
1. John was super busy. He was talking on the phone with his office while he stirred the soup that was cooking on the stove and starting to burn. His son Billy walked up to him and said “Dad, I need help with my homework”. John replied with “Hang on!”
What did John mean when he said “hang on”?
a) He wanted Billy to hang his homework from the stove.
b) He wanted Billy to figure out his homework on his own.
c) He wanted Billy to wait for a moment until he could help him.
d) He wanted Billy to eat some soup.