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Students Dress Up For Idiom Day Parade
NAMS Idiom Day
The students on Team Pioneer had fun dressing up for the annual Idiom Day Parade.
 
The students recently learned that idioms are a word or a phrase that, while colorful, should not be taken literally. Two examples of idioms are, "It costs and arm and a leg," and "We'll cross that bridge when we come to it."
 
The students did a great job dressing up to depict a favorite idiom.  What ones can you see in this picture?