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Idioms Anchor Charts | KS2 Writing | Primary English

Idioms Anchor Charts/Information Posters

These idioms anchor charts/information posters feature a specific a key idoim in large bold lettering, an illustration symbolic of the idiom and information composed of the meaning and an example of the idiom. With an idiom explanation page, there are lots of idioms for your class to explore.

With the help of these idioms anchor charts/information posters, learners grasp figurative language and recognise when expressions should not be interpreted literally, enhancing comprehension skills. Many idioms originate from literature and poetry, so familiarity with idiomatic expressions enhances appreciation and encourages children to create their own idioms in their writing.

Apple of my eye, Butterflies in one’s stomach, Open a can of worms, Give the cold shoulder, Cry over spilt milk, Fish out of water, A frog in one’s throat, Heads in the clouds, Hold your horses, I’m all ears, In the same boat, Piece of cake, It’s raining cats and dogs, Sick as a dog, Time flies, Walking on eggshells, When pigs fly

Our idioms anchor charts/information posters are aligned with KS2 writing composition on the primary national curriculum. This primary resource can be used with your ideas for writing activities, display boards, games, teaching material, learning aids, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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