Detective Dave: Proverbs & Adages (Expressive Level)

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by Speakeasy Speech Pathology

Price: 100 points or $1 USD

Subjects: speech,keyIdeasInferences,figurativeLanguage,cognitionProblemSolving,expressiveLanguage,pragmatics,receptiveLanguage

Grades: 2,3,4,5

Description: Detective Dave needs your help! He's trying to solve clues about a suspect's location, but he can't figure out what their strange proverbs mean! Can you help him figure out what their proverbs mean? Detective Dan plunges students into the exciting world of proverbs and figurative language. There are 20 statement cards that students must look at and then infer the correct answer. There are also two levels of difficulty for increased replayability. Kids will quickly learn the ins and outs of proverbs and figurative language using Detective Dave! Proverbs -Where there's a will there's away -You can’t have your cake and eat it too -Kind words will unlock an iron door -A friend in need is a friend indeed -A little learning is a dangerous thing -All that glitters is not gold -All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy -The pen is mightier than the sword. -Better late than never -The early bird catches the worm -Don’t put the cart before the horse -Curiosity killed the cat -Make hay while the sun shines -Pride comes/goes before a fall -Rome wasn’t built in a day -When in Rome do as the Romans do -Every dog has its day -A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step -You can’t judge a book by its cover -A penny saved is a penny earned