Onomatopoeia Teacher Resources
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Some words actually sound like their meaning. When this happens, it's known as onomatopoeia. Learners look at a series of pictures, and match up a bunch of words with the pictures they sound like. For example, the word buzz would go with the picture of a bee.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 30 Views 55 Downloads CCSS: Designed
New Review Figurative Language Packet
A definitive resource for your figurative language unit includes several worksheets and activities to reinforce writing skills. It addresses poetic elements such as simile and metaphor, personification, hyperbole, and idioms, and provides several activities for kids to practice their skills.
6th - 12th Language Arts 72 Views 61 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Thud! Squiff! Create sound effects with words. Introduce your youngsters to onomatopoeia with these fun, rainy-day poems. They write down sound words, discussing rhythm and rhyme. You can also incorporate the author's use of capital letters and structure as an objective here.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 5 Views 53 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Creating Sentences with Onomatopoeia Words
Third graders create sentences. In this sentences lesson students use onomatopoeia words to write sentences. They make a movement to match their onomatopoeia word. The students discuss why an author might use onomatopoeia in their writing.
3rd Language Arts 10 Views 96 Downloads
Students identify and create onomatopoeia. In this poetry writing instructional activity, students are shown examples of onomatopoeia and are given comic books and newspapers to find examples of onomatopoeia. Each student creates a full page ad for a magazine to advertise products by using onomatopoeia.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 5 Views 117 Downloads
Students read the books Moo Who? and Boo Hoo Moo and do language arts activities with them. In this language arts lesson plan, students are assigned activities based on the two books given. The activities include onomatopoeia activities, rhyming activities, music activities, researching animal activities, and cooking activities.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 3 Views 8 Downloads
Students are introduced to onomatopoeias and practice using them in their writings. As a class, they participate in an activity in which they make noises and create a picture of what is happening in their minds. They share their lastest writing piece and use onomatopoeias when appropriate.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 5 Views 46 Downloads
Introduce your scholars to onomatopoeia and alliteration using a language elements worksheet. They examine six sound words and match them to four pictures. Next, learners read two examples of alliteration and write one of their own. They also read a poem that demonstrates how words can be funny.
1st - 2nd Language Arts 16 Views 99 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Boinging into Basics
Student recite a provided poem, and point out to the listeners how the language used in the poem adds to its "flavor." They select a series of pictures from magazines and post them in collage fashion on a large piece of tagboard. Finally, they write captions under each picture using onomatopoeia.
6th - 9th Language Arts 3 Views 6 Downloads
Poetry Shopping Spree
Scholars demonstrate the ability to evaluate authors' use of literary elements such as metaphor, simile, personification, imagery, and onomatopoeia. They are provided with a checklist and must shop for poems that contain the poetry terms on their list.
6th - 12th Language Arts 19 Views 609 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
An Onomatopoetic Field Trip
Using Rattletrap Car by Phyllis Root as a model, guide your primary readers through the writing process (with an emphasis on story structure) to craft an imaginary field trip story rich in onomatopoeia. Links to student models, interactive instructions, lists of onomatopoeic words, and a drafting sheet are included.
1st - 3rd Language Arts 3 Views 57 Downloads
Billy Brown and the Belly Button Beastie
Learners explore the book Billy Brown and the Belly Button Beastie. In this verb, onomatopoeia, and syllable lesson, students pantomime verbs, read onomatopoeia from the story and clap out syllables. Learners unscramble sentences from the story.
1st - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 23 Downloads
A-MOO-sing Fun with Hilda Mae Heifer!
Students practice identifying literary devices by reading books by author Margie Palatini. In this literary devices lesson plan, students create a class list of onomatopoeic words found in the text then work to generate more examples on their own.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 3 Views 16 Downloads