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Idioms - I Have, Who Has {Set 1}

Problem: Idioms- that tricky literary device that seems to elude our students. Solution: An engaging hands-on activity. This set of "I have...., Who has..." cards with have your class laughing and on-point with learning and reviewing idioms. This set can be used as an introduction to idioms- allowing you to stop and discuss what idioms mean OR it makes a perfect review for the end-of-unit assessment of students understanding.

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Ways to Say 'Went' Display Poster

Printable Ways to Say 'Went' Display Poster.

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Reading Relationships {5th Grade Centers, Games and Activities}

5th Grade centers, games and activities to teach word relationships and figurative language!

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FREE Printable Handwriting Paper

123 Homeschool 4 Me put all FREE 37 Blank worksheets for kids together to share with you. There are three types of lines for each style to acco