Sayings & Phrases Posters
This document is designed based on the Sayings & Phrases in the Core Knowledge Sequence for Kindergarten.
Why do we teach Sayings & Phrases?
Idioms exist in every language. An idiom is a word or phrase that is not taken literally, like “bought the farm” has nothing to do with purchasing real estate, but refers to dying. Idiom also refers to a dialect or jargon of a group of people, either in a certain region or a group with common interests, like in science, music, art, or business.
Because of idioms, learning a language can be complicated. This is partly due to the use of idioms.
The best way to pick up on the meaning of certain idioms would be to converse with people and ask them for a clarification of the idiom if you are not clear about the idiom they used.
These sayings are common in our English language.