Idioms: What Does This Mean? The idiom will show here. Read the idiom, discusswith the class, then click "enter" to see th...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?A Leopard Cant Change His          Spots:You cannot change who you           are.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?      A Piece of Cake:A task that can be accomplished           very easily.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?     Add Fuel To The Fire:Whenever something is done to makea bad situation even worse than it...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?  All in the Same Boat:When everyone is facing the    same challenges.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?      An Arm and A Leg:Very expensive. A large amount of             money.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?      Apple of My Eye:Someone who is cherished above         all others.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?   At The Drop Of A Hat:Willing to do something immediately.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?  Back To Square One:Having to start all over again.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?   Bite Your Tongue:   To avoid talking.
Idioms: What Does This Mean? Once in a blue moon:A rare event or occurrence.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?          Break A Leg: A superstitious way to say good luckwithout saying good luck, but rathe...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?    Cr y Over Spilt Milk:When you complain about a loss       from the past.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?         Cr y Wolf:Intentionally raise a false         alarm.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?Dont Put All Your Eggs In One           Basket: Do not put all your resources in one          ...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?Drive someone up the wall:To irritate and/or annoy very much.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?Ever y Cloud Has A Silver Lining: Be optimistic, even difficult times     will lead to better ...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?   From Rags To Riches:To go from being very poor to being           very wealthy.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?Get Up On The Wrong Side Of The             Bed:  Someone who is having a horrible            ...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?      Go Out On A Limb:  Put yourself in a tough position inorder to support someone/something.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?    Go The Extra Mile:Going above and beyond whatever is   required for the task at hand.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?        Graveyard Shif t:Working hours from about 12:00 am to 8:00 am. The time of the day whe...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?            Gut Feeling:A personal intuition you get, especially when     feel something may n...
Idioms: What Does This Mean?      He Lost His Head:Angry and overcome by emotions.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?     Head Over Heels:Very excited and/or joyful, especially when in love.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?       Hit The Books:To study, especially for a test or             exam.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?    Hit The Hay:Go to bed or go to sleep.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?  Hit The Nail on the Head:Do something exactly right or say    something exactly right.
Idioms: What Does This Mean? Hold Your Horses:       Be patient.
Idioms: What Does This Mean?        Icing On The Cake:When you already have it good and get something on          top of w...
Idiom Art Project Your task is to create a piece of artwork based on one of the idioms you   have just learned. Be creative!
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  1. 1. Idioms: What Does This Mean? The idiom will show here. Read the idiom, discusswith the class, then click "enter" to see the definition.
  2. 2. Idioms: What Does This Mean?A Leopard Cant Change His Spots:You cannot change who you are.
  3. 3. Idioms: What Does This Mean? A Piece of Cake:A task that can be accomplished very easily.
  4. 4. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Add Fuel To The Fire:Whenever something is done to makea bad situation even worse than it is.
  5. 5. Idioms: What Does This Mean? All in the Same Boat:When everyone is facing the same challenges.
  6. 6. Idioms: What Does This Mean? An Arm and A Leg:Very expensive. A large amount of money.
  7. 7. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Apple of My Eye:Someone who is cherished above all others.
  8. 8. Idioms: What Does This Mean? At The Drop Of A Hat:Willing to do something immediately.
  9. 9. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Back To Square One:Having to start all over again.
  10. 10. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Bite Your Tongue: To avoid talking.
  11. 11. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Once in a blue moon:A rare event or occurrence.
  12. 12. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Break A Leg: A superstitious way to say good luckwithout saying good luck, but rather the opposite.
  13. 13. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Cr y Over Spilt Milk:When you complain about a loss from the past.
  14. 14. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Cr y Wolf:Intentionally raise a false alarm.
  15. 15. Idioms: What Does This Mean?Dont Put All Your Eggs In One Basket: Do not put all your resources in one possibility.
  16. 16. Idioms: What Does This Mean?Drive someone up the wall:To irritate and/or annoy very much.
  17. 17. Idioms: What Does This Mean?Ever y Cloud Has A Silver Lining: Be optimistic, even difficult times will lead to better days.
  18. 18. Idioms: What Does This Mean? From Rags To Riches:To go from being very poor to being very wealthy.
  19. 19. Idioms: What Does This Mean?Get Up On The Wrong Side Of The Bed: Someone who is having a horrible day.
  20. 20. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Go Out On A Limb: Put yourself in a tough position inorder to support someone/something.
  21. 21. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Go The Extra Mile:Going above and beyond whatever is required for the task at hand.
  22. 22. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Graveyard Shif t:Working hours from about 12:00 am to 8:00 am. The time of the day when most other people are sleeping.
  23. 23. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Gut Feeling:A personal intuition you get, especially when feel something may not be right.
  24. 24. Idioms: What Does This Mean? He Lost His Head:Angry and overcome by emotions.
  25. 25. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Head Over Heels:Very excited and/or joyful, especially when in love.
  26. 26. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Hit The Books:To study, especially for a test or exam.
  27. 27. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Hit The Hay:Go to bed or go to sleep.
  28. 28. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Hit The Nail on the Head:Do something exactly right or say something exactly right.
  29. 29. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Hold Your Horses: Be patient.
  30. 30. Idioms: What Does This Mean? Icing On The Cake:When you already have it good and get something on top of what you already have.
  31. 31. Idiom Art Project Your task is to create a piece of artwork based on one of the idioms you have just learned. Be creative!

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