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Idiom Game ... At summer camp I am always trying to come up new ideas that are fun (because it is summer after all) and will continue to teach the students...

Idiom Game ... At summer camp I am always trying to come up new ideas that are fun (because it is summer after all) and will continue to teach the students...

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Idiom Game ... At summer camp I am always trying to come up new ideas that are fun (because it is summer after all) and will continue to teach the students...

Idiom Game ... At summer camp I am always trying to come up new ideas that are fun (because it is summer after all) and will continue to teach the students...

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See this Instagram photo by @dummpuppe • 118 likes

This Daily Figurative Language Activity product includes 38 weeks of figurative language warm ups.  Figures of speech include hyperboles, similes and metaphors, alliteration, idioms, proverbs and adages, personification, and onomatopoeia.  Use as early finisher activities, daily warm-ups, or homework practice.  Student friendly and teacher approved, this will take care of your figurative language needs!

Figurative Language Activities - Daily Warm-Ups or Bell Ringers

Create a 5 panel cartoon. 8th week. Got an A = 100

Create a 5 panel cartoon. Got an A = 100

A lot of experienced authors have written books about “brain breaks.”   Brain breaks are short reprieves from learning where students GET U...

A lot of experienced authors have written books about “brain breaks.” Brain breaks are short reprieves from learning where students GET U.

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Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School from Teaching Fourth

Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School

Childrens books Favorite Read Alouds for the First Week of School from Teaching Fourth

Book retelling pocket chart: students can retell the book using story/character cards to build reading comprehension.

Book retelling pocket chart: students can retell the book using story/character cards to build reading comprehension. At listening center

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