|Description: An idiom is a common phrase that has a specific meaning often the words in an idiom only make sense together if you know the meaning of the idiom if you looked at each word in an idiom the phrase would seem ridiculous but taken together the idiom has a meaning all its own let’s look at some examples in this video.
|Description: Learn about homophones! Watch this video and learn that homophones are pairs of words that sound the same, but have different meanings and spellings.
|Parts of Speech
|Description: Parts of speech refers to the different category words fall into, each sentence is made up of words from different parts of speech and each sentence requires at least a noun and a verb. Learn more watching this video.
|Description: Here’s a video about Homonyms. Homonyms are words that look and sound like alike but have different meaning.
|What’s an Antonym?
|Description: Did you know you can make a word into an antonym by adding a prefix? Do you know what a prefix is? Well, you probably do, but do your students? This resource is for Grades 3 to 5.
|What’s a Synonym?
|Description: What is a synonym? Synonyms are words with very similar meanings. “Pupil” and “learners” are synonyms. Learn more with this video, recommended for Grades 3 to 5.