These illustrated idioms give students the chance to demonstrate whether or not they receptively understand what idioms really means. There are 2 picture choices for each idiom.
Help your students figure out what the real meaning of an idiom is. There are 22 total idioms, which makes 44 picture choices, one with the real meaning, and one with the figure of speech (see pictures for example). Also comes with an answer board that can be placed over the pictures to help the student visualize the right answer.
To make the little answer boards, cut out the middle first, and then laminate so that it is sturdy but the middle is clear.
Some of the images could be seen as offensive, just make sure to look over each image before deciding who to teach it to. (ex: someone has a nail on their head due to the idiom "hit the nail on the head")
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Keywords: Idioms, Receptive, Figurative Language, Special education
Creator does not claim material is treatment in and of itself. The material is simply meant to supplement learning as a tool that can be used by a professional if he or she chooses, and to be used in a manner that he or she chooses.