Cat Idioms Activity Page

An idiom is a group of words or a phrase. The words of an idiom when used together have a different meaning then that of the individual words. Have you ever heard the idioms "fraidy cat or scaredy cat?" These phrases refer to, "a person who is afraid of something or who will not act on a dare." If you looked at just the words, you could think that a cat is afraid of someone or something.

Find the correct meaning of each cat idiom. Click on your answer. Keep trying until you are right.

1. the cat's pajamas

2. look at what the cat dragged in

3. a fat cat

4. when the cat is away, the mice will play

5. cat got your tongue

6. let the cat out of the bag

7. raining cats and dogs

8. cool cat

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