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Idiom of the Week Pocket Chart

Item: 304532

$ 24.99
Item #:  304532
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Unlock a treasure trove of common idiomatic expressions with this handy nylon pocket chart and cards. The 20 double-sided idiom cards, 11"W x 12"H each, help build vocabulary and understanding of figurative language and improve comprehension for all students. Familiar idioms such as I'm feeling under the weather, and Shes been hitting the books are cleverly illustrated and their figurative meaning given as well. There are 2 clear display pockets on the front one for the weeks idiom card and the other for the students illustrated sentence using the idiom.

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Apply knowledge of idioms to determine the meaning of phrases.
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Grades: 3-8
  • Chart measures 13"W x 28"H, includes grommets for hanging

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5 Stars

Idiom of the week

My students love this! They look forward to reading a new idiom each week and discussing the meaning.
By from , AR
5 Stars

Fantastic and Fun

Even though I bought this to use with my EL group, the whole class never let us forget to tell the idiom of the week. I found the kids using these during the week. This is a very engaging product.
By Val from San Diego, CA
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Really GREAT Stuff

Engaging detailed pictures. English is an idiomatic language. Our students, particularly ELL students, need these visual supports.
By Rene from , TE
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