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Use this worksheet to teach your students to write compound sentences with the support of sentence frames as they differentiate between literal and nonliteral meanings of idioms. Don’t forget the context clues!
Idioms are expressions that have a different meaning than the literal phrase, such as “in a pickle” or “two peas in a pod.” Third graders will enjoy exploring common idioms in these worksheets on figurative language. Third-grade learners will practice using context clues to decipher idioms, compare literal and figurative meanings of idioms, and create original art to illustrate idioms.