This 35-page mini book teaches children and students learning English about popular idioms using appealing illustrations and simple sentences. Each page includes a picture of what the idiom sounds like and a space for students to write/draw what it really means. A blank editable page is included for students to create their own pages.
The following 34 idioms are covered: apple of my eye, butterflies in your stomach, open a can of worms, give the cold shoulder, cry over spilled milk, feel like a fish out of water, a frog in your throat, head in the clouds, hold your horses, being all ears, stuck in the same boat, a piece of cake, raining cats and dogs, as sick as a dog, time flies, walking on eggshells, when pigs fly, two heads are better than one, two peas in a pod, break a leg, class clown, cold feet, costs an arm and a leg, couch potato, drop in the bucket, end of your rope, joined at the hip, kill two birds with one stone, let the cat out of the bag, needle in a haystack, off the hook, on cloud 9, over the moon, and zip your lips. Whew - that's a lot!
This book is designed two-to-a-page to save paper and make prep fast.
Check out the other mini-books I've created in this series explaining verbs, antonyms, synonyms, emotions, and prepositions!