Idiom Examples, Definition, Meanings,
& Fresh as a Daisy Book Sound Files
ENGLISH AUDIO SOUND FILE FOR FRESH AS A DAISY - CLICK HERE
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Translation note: The bilingual versions of our idiom books are intended to help students learning to speak English. Therefore, the English idioms are translated literally so that readers will understand the meaning of the English words in each idiom.
IDIOM TEACHING RESOURCES
Idioms Around the World / Idioms in Different Languages
We encourage readers to explore idioms in different languages and how they can vary. For example, in English we say icing on the cake, and in Spanish they say cherry on the cake. See these blog posts for ideas on exploring idioms in diverse classrooms:
Nature Idioms - Meanings & History
For more information about Nature Idioms, click here. This document includes:
Multicultural Idiom Lesson Plans
We hope you enjoyed the multicultural illustrations in our book, Fresh as a Daisy: Nature Idioms. We have developed lesson plans and activities to help educators teach about other cultures through the use of this book. This will help to engage all children from diverse backgrounds. and build a culturally responsive classroom.
LANGUAGE LIZARDDon't miss our other multicultural idiom books, available here
MULTICULTURAL IDIOM BOOK SERIES
Learn more about our 4-book multicultural idiom set here.