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
- Each weekly email contains five idioms, including definitions and examples.
- They’re organized by themes such as: horses, birds, and fruits & vegetables.
- You’ll get 20 weekly lists plus powerpoint slides for each week.
- You can unsubscribe early if you want.
Plus, it’s all free.
Sign Up Here
Here’s what the emails will look like:
If you have any questions about joining the Idiom Mailing List, please ask me at firstname.lastname@example.org!