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This bundle offers three different lesson plan templates that are available as PDF's or editable in either Microsoft Excel or Microsoft PowerPoint! he Microsoft Excel version covers an entire year from June 2013 through June 2014. Start your year off right and record your lessons with ease and in style on any one of these lesson plan templates.

How about the kids creating an idiom alphabet book - Publisher?Word?PowerPoint?

Can't find original site but this is a good quote. Unfortunately, sometimes it gets twisted beyond recognition to serve a hateful, bigoted agenda. Teach critical thinking, folks. I think formal logic/Boolean Algebra should be a required subject. Truth doesn't rest easy on a base of falsehood.

4.L.4.-Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies. This is a creative activity to help students recognize multiple meaning words.

Idioms are important in reading and in writing. Students often have a hard time understanding the meaning of them. When they learn to use them in writing they get a better grasp. Here are some books that can be used and lessons.

FREE These activity sheets can meet the following standards:-Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases base...

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Multiple meaning words are everywhere!

idioms-- going to have my students make an idiom book! Fun activity for the last two weeks of school!