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When students become idioms

February 21, 2013
The Town Crier
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CVMS fifth-graders had a little fun recently when they got to dress up as their favorite idiom. Teachers explained how figurative language can be used in writing, while they enjoyed the imaginative ways the students expressed their chosen idiom. Pictured in their idiom costume are fifth-graders, in front, Walter Sweeney (under the weather), Christine Bennett (butterflies in my stomach), Sipho Nkosi (in the dog house), and Steven DeRosa (squeaky clean). In back are Joseph Klepec (snug as a bug in the rug), James Hartshorn (tricks up my sleeve), Angelo Cestone (I’ve lost my head), Jaden Barton (more than meets the eye). Missing was Michael Prather (drove me up the wall).
 
 

 

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