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Eyes in the back of your head

Hit the nail on the head

Hit the nail on the head

For the birds

Tell someone to be quiet! Have a look at our fun idioms illustration for saying Shhh! Discover how you can speak English like a native! Click here to find out!

idiom: she's got eyes in the back of her head

Crying your eyes out

A frog in your throat. This site has tons of idiom pics!!

Early Finishers chart

Listening with your eyes and brain.

Use the bracelets for assigning students into teams for class projects. Or if you want random team assignment, put the bracelets in a paper bag and have students close their eyes and pick one.

Cool pics of idioms

What's the story behind this? What happens next?

100 Words Every High School Freshman Should Know. A different list from 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know. :)

Caption this!

Print 6 different MESSED UP sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids “roll” the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center!

Idiom of the day: Keep your head above water. Meaning: To just be able to manage when you have financial difficulties.

"Keep an eye out" means "to watch for something or someone". Example: According to the map, the restaurant is on this street so please keep an eye out for it.

Googley Eyebomb Contest! Teens pickup Googley Eyes at the library, take photos at home w eyes on inanimate objects, and submit them. We Googley eyed some bookcovers for display to promote the contest! - Memorial Hall Library in Andover,MA mhlteenroom.tumblr.com

Beginning of school. This would even work in middle school. My kids love the David books (yes, I take them from my 6-year-old to share with my 8th graders!).