Example: From the story on the website: “Why Should You Learn About Idioms”
Now insert words around these idioms:
One day a man went to a story and he saw that there was a discount bin where a whole bag of things were only 25 cents. The bag was sealed and he couldn't see what was in it. He didn't usually buy but he thought that seemed like a good deal for only 25 cents, so he bought it. When he got home he had a full plate because he had to paint his house and the lawn needed mowing, so he never looked into the bag. Six months later he put the unopened bag into a storage unit without ever looking inside. Perhaps a pig in a poke isn't always a bargain, even if they are only 25 cents.!
Save the story as HTML or as a Web page.
Try your paragraph while you are connected to the Internet. These links should work and you don't even need to publish it! If you want to, you can publish it yourself to your own website. If this is a good story that uses more than five idioms, you can send it to idiomsbykids.com and if it's good enough it will be published!