This fun match game focuses on animal idioms.
An idiom is a culture-based expression that has an actual meaning that is completely different from its literal meaning. Common English idioms include “raining cats and dogs” and “green thumb.” Idioms add color and interest to writing, and therefore are considered a type of figurative language. Below are free idiom worksheets for you to download and print for the classroom or home. To view the details or to download the PDF, click on the worksheet title.
You’ll be tickled pink with this worksheet on idioms about colors.
Your student will think this idiom worksheet is a home run!
Your eagle-eyed student will identify the idioms in this worksheet.
With this worksheet your student will become a master of idioms!
It is important to learn all the different types of figurative language. Using them correctly makes for a strong and interesting paper. Idioms are one way to bring something unique to your writing. Here is a free printable worksheet to help your students understand how to use them correctly.
Help your students better understand idioms with this Thanksgiving Phrases Activity. Students will be asked to write the meaning of different idioms, such as ‘her eyes were bigger than her stomach’ and ‘Mother told everyone to dig in’ on this printable holiday activity.