Guess the Idiom

Our class has been learning about idioms.  Idioms are considered an example of figurative language since you can not interpret the saying or expressions literally.  It would just be silly!  The students of Room One created some idiom puzzles for our viewers to solve.  Try to guess the idiom puzzles below.  If you think you know, feel free leave a comment.  (No peeking at previous comments).

Try to create your own idiom puzzle and invite us to guess your idiom.  Make sure you comment below with a link to your puzzle.


4 thoughts on “Guess the Idiom

    • Mrs. Benefield,
      Nice work so far. Don’t forget to press the forward arrow and try to guess some others. You can also visit other student blogs to guess some more idiom puzzles. Thanks for participating!
      Mrs. Vazquez

  1. 1st one is clear- head in the clouds, but the 2nd one is confusing because I’m not sure what the last picture is…is it a bat? The 3rd one made me laugh because I think it is “bowl in a china closet” but the real saying is “bull in a china closet”, right? Lol.
    This is fun.
    Thanks Mrs. Vazquez’ Class

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