Idioms Activities

Collection by Katie Miler

7 
Pins
Bagus buat peribahasa - I give each of the kids a page with a different idiom on it and then we put all the pages together to make a class book. They love to check it out from the book bin! Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Activities, Teaching Resources, Writing Ideas

I've Got Ants in My Pants, Too!

Only 4 more 'Get-Ups' until I am on Spring Break and you can bet I definitely have ants in my pants to get started! I know it is ridic...

Check out this post about eight fun things to do with idioms and other figurative language elements. Your students will love playing with figurative language! Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Poetry, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Creative Writing, Learning, Idioms Activities

8 Fun Things to Do with Idioms

Are you looking for ways to spice up your lesson on idioms? Check out this list for eight creative ways to have your students learn what idioms really mean.

to Teach Idioms with Picture Books Picture books bring academic lessons to life. Use this list (and my free printable mini-pack) to further illustrate idioms in your homeschool and classroom lessons. Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Intervention, Guided Reading, Learning, Library Lessons, Library Books, Children's Books

How to Teach Idioms with Picture Books

This wonderful collection will help you teach idioms with picture books. Use picture books (and my free printables) to illustrate idioms!

This FREEBIE has been created by Kristine Lamb @ www.livelovespeech.com.This activity includes 48 cards. Students take turns choosing cards and explaining what the idioms mean. If a student draws a "superpower" card, he/she earns an extra turn!Please leave feedback if you download =) Idioms Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Teaching Language Arts, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, 2nd Grade Ela, 4th Grade Reading, Figurative Language Activity

Name that IDIOM! {FREEBIE}

This FREEBIE has been created by Kristine Lamb @ www.livelovespeech.com. This activity includes 48 cards. Students take turns choosing cards and explaining what the idioms mean. If a student draws a "superpower" card, he/she earns an extra turn! Please leave feedback if you download =)...

Mentor texts plus lots of great ideas to teach idioms on Upper Elementary Snapshots. Third Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Second Grade, Idioms Activities, Alphabet Activities, Writing Activities, Writing Mentor Texts, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas

Fun Activities to Teach Idioms

I always look forward to teaching figurative language in my classroom, and idioms in particular. Students get such a kick (note the idiom here) talking about and learning new idioms and we really enjoy doing some fun activities to help kids build a stronger language base. In this post by The Teacher Next Door, you'll read about seven different activities that reinforce idioms and have worked well in the classroom: