Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means

Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
Idioms Worksheets: Draw & Write What it Sounds Like & What it Means
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  1. Everything you need to introduce, review, and assess your students' understanding of 40 common idioms! Included in the bundle is: Idioms PowerPoint: great for introducing idioms and having students guess their true meaning based on context clues.Idioms Worksheets: for students to draw or write what
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These worksheets are great to use as you introduce idioms! These are differentiated for the needs and abilities of your students.

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  • 1/2 Page worksheet where students write the idiom then draw what it sounds like and what it really means
  • 1/2 Page worksheet where students write the idiom on primary lines then draw what it sounds like and what it really means
  • Worksheet where students write the idiom and then draw and write what the idiom sounds like and what it really means
  • Worksheet where students write the idiom and then draw and write what the idiom sounds like and what it really means (with primary lines)
  • Worksheet where students write the idiom, draw and write what the idiom sounds like and what it really means, and create their own sentence using the idiom
  • Worksheet where students write the idiom, draw and write what the idiom sounds like and what it really means, and create their own sentence using the idiom (with primary lines)
  • Perfect for use alongside the Idioms PowerPoint! Each week I introduce a new idiom and students draw and write what the idiom sounds like it means and what it actually means. They then glue their worksheets into their writing notebooks so that they can reference it in the future.

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