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Proverbs On Education

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The Gifts of Growth and Vulnerability


FIgures of Speech Each page briefly describes the figure of speech and provides an example of the following: 1. Alliteration 2. Hyperboles 3. Idioms 4. Onomatopoeia 5. Personification 6. Proverbs and Adages 7. Similes and Metaphors If you are looking for lessons on figures of speech, please check out my figurative language activities and task cards for each figure of speech listed here.


This is a free collection of wall art you might consider printing, laminating, and hanging on the walls of your classroom. You might even open them on a SmartBoard screen and ask students in your Life Skills/Social Development class to write what they think these proverbs mean to them.

"The society that separates scholars from its warriors will have it thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." -Thucydides- Short article on the importance of developing the warrior and the scholar within you.

from Dabbles & Babbles

Owl Coloring Page

Owl Coloring Page - Here's a great question for you...did you know that a group of owls is called a parliament? I totally would have failed that question on an exam. It's been a while now since I'v...