Idiom Worksheets

Make your conversations spring to life with these free, printable idiom worksheets featuring exercises for kids to recognize and explain the meaning of commonly used English idioms! Idioms are expressions that are not meant to be taken literally. Our exciting range of idiom exercises helps kids learn to describe any situation in a refreshing way!

These idiom worksheets pdfs are recommended for kids in grade 4 and grade 5.

CCSS: L.4.5.B

Drawing Idioms

Ginger up your English with our drawing idioms worksheet pdf for 4th grade! A bunch of idioms is given, and children convert each idiom into a picture.

Drawing Idioms

Food Idioms | Cut and Glue

Know the ropes of using idioms using this fun printable worksheet on idioms. Instruct 5th grade kids to cut the idioms and glue them beside their meanings.

Food Idioms - Cut and Glue

Writing Sentences Using Idioms

Watch idiom fun snowball with this pdf exercise where kids in grade 4 get to construct sentences using each of the five idioms.

Writing Sentences Using Idioms

Identifying and Explaining Idioms

Clamor for more idioms with this section of our printable idiom worksheets. Direct children to read each sentence, underline the idiom, and write its meaning.

Identifying and Explaining Idioms

Completing Sentences with Idioms from the Box

Watch kids in grade 4 and grade 5 describe each situation in a creative way as they complete the sentences using suitable idioms from the idiom box.

Completing Sentences with Idioms from the Box

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