Eye Idioms Poster

“I like you; your eyes are full of language.” ~ Anne Sexton

January is Eye Care Awareness Month, and we hope you’ll take the opportunity to discuss eye health with your English learners. After all, eyes are extremely important when it comes to language learning! Our designer Robyn has created a free poster of Eye Idioms for you to use in your classroom.

View or download a printable 8.5″ × 11″ PDF
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Here’s what you can / cannot do with this poster:
You can use this poster for free with your students, for educational purposes. You may make photocopies for your students and your classroom walls. You may email your students a link to this page, so that they can access the file on their own. You may not alter or republish the poster. You may not upload the poster to any server. Thanks for respecting our work!

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Tips on Teaching Idioms

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