Ten visual idiom anchor charts for students to complete. When finished, these may be displayed on a bulletin board, compiled into a class book of idioms, or added to vocabulary notebooks for future reference. Each page contains space for students to illustrate and define both the literal and figurative meaning of common English idioms, making it easy for students to compare and contrast the two. A completed example of what a finished poster might look like is available for use when introducing the assignment.
This packet is intended for use in special education, speech and language therapy, or use with ELL students. However, all students can benefit from this fun, hands-on approach to figurative language.