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Weekly Idiom Lists

I love using idioms in the classroom. They’re a great way to replace dull spelling lists and truly build students’ vocabulary and comprehension. Researching idiom origins leads to interesting and complex discussions.

After collecting a ton of idioms, I’ve decided to organize and send out Weekly Idiom Emails.

And here are some ideas for idiom activities.

Five Fun Facts

  1. Each weekly email contains five idioms, including definitions and examples.
  2. They’re organized by themes such as: horses, birds, and fruits & vegetables.
  3. You’ll get 20 weekly lists plus powerpoint slides for each week.
  4. You can unsubscribe early if you want.

Plus, it’s all free.

Sign Up Here


Sample Email

Here’s what the emails will look like:


If you have any questions about joining the Idiom Mailing List, please ask me at ian@byrdseed.com!