These literacy center activities includes an explanation, image, interactive notebook sheet and matching game for 54 common proverbs.
This is the First Bundle of SETS 1, 2 and 3, which are also available as individual items.
I think these sayings are useful for all ages, especially an ESL students.
Understanding that proverbs, sayings and idioms don't have a literal meaning is a huge step to improving reading comprehension and writing.
Once a student understands and becomes familiar with these sayings, he/she will be able to include examples in writing tasks successfully and confidently. This knowledge also improves comprehension, making students aware that literal meanings aren't always right.
There are 54 anchor charts or posters, which give students the saying; an explanation and an image to help them remember.
There are 3 sets of black ink cards; saying; image; explanation.
These cards are great for matching games in your literacy circles.
There is also a generic flap sheet for notebook writing and summary activity.
It is amazing to see and hear that not long after starting this unit, the students' writing, speech and conversation is littered with these proverbs!
There is an A4 version with Australian spelling included.
As individual sets
Sayings and Phrases SET 1
Sayings and Phrases SET 2
Sayings and Phrases SET 3
I have a BUNDLE of Figurative Language Task Cards if you wanted a more advanced approach to figurative language..
I have other sets of Task Cards for Figurative Language and a $$$ Saving BUNDLE of them all
Figurative Language Skills BUNDLE
Figurative Language ONOMATOPOEIA
Figurative Language METAPHOR
Figurative Language HYPERBOLE
Figurative Language ALLITERATION
Figurative Language IDIOMS
Reading Comprehension in case you are interested.
SEQUENCING TASK CARDS
FACT and OPINION Task Cards Reading Comprehension
Reading Comprehension Skills COMPARE and CONTRAST
Reading Predicting Skills
Reading Comprehension Skills VISUALIZING
AND other WRITING ideas
Writing Centre Ideas Board
Writing Wheels *Ideas for reluctant Narrative Writers