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Idioms By Mrs. Sliepka
What is an idiom? <ul><li>Idioms are phrases or expressions that have hidden meanings. </li></ul><ul><li>If you take them ...
Example of Idioms…
Example of Idioms…
Example of Idioms…
Example of Idioms…
Example of Idioms…
Can YOU guess the IDIOM?? It’s raining cats and dogs! Means:  It’s raining hard outside!
Can YOU guess the IDIOM?? Your eyes are bigger  than your stomach! Means:  You think you can eat more  than you have on yo...
Can you guess the idiom? Don’t believe your eyes Means:   I can’t believe what I see!
Can you guess the idiom? The eye of  the storm Means:  The middle  of the storm
Can you guess the idiom? Thank heavens!! Means:  Something good  Happened.
Can you guess the idiom? Two heads are better than one! Means:  Two people can think better  than one.
Mrs. Sliepka’s Favorite Idiom… Means:   Do whatever  you like.
Now it’s your turn to try… What idioms have you heard? Draw a picture of the idiom. Write the meaning below the picture.
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  1. 1. Idioms By Mrs. Sliepka
  2. 2. What is an idiom? <ul><li>Idioms are phrases or expressions that have hidden meanings. </li></ul><ul><li>If you take them word for word, they might not make much sense! </li></ul><ul><li>Idioms are a little like puzzles </li></ul>
  3. 3. Example of Idioms…
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  8. 8. Can YOU guess the IDIOM?? It’s raining cats and dogs! Means: It’s raining hard outside!
  9. 9. Can YOU guess the IDIOM?? Your eyes are bigger than your stomach! Means: You think you can eat more than you have on your plate.
  10. 10. Can you guess the idiom? Don’t believe your eyes Means: I can’t believe what I see!
  11. 11. Can you guess the idiom? The eye of the storm Means: The middle of the storm
  12. 12. Can you guess the idiom? Thank heavens!! Means: Something good Happened.
  13. 13. Can you guess the idiom? Two heads are better than one! Means: Two people can think better than one.
  14. 14. Mrs. Sliepka’s Favorite Idiom… Means: Do whatever you like.
  15. 15. Now it’s your turn to try… What idioms have you heard? Draw a picture of the idiom. Write the meaning below the picture.
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