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10 resources with the keyterm onomatopeia

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Introduce Vocabulary: Froggy Goes to School (London)

For Teachers K - 3rd
Just like your budding readers may have felt, Froggy is nervous on his first day of school. Use Johnathan London's book Froggy Goes to School to practice vocabulary in context. Prior to reading the story aloud, pre-teach the new words...
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Assessing Onomatopoeia

For Teachers 8th - 12th
High schoolers demonstrate their comprehension of onomatopoeia using various processes. They read the poems provided and write down the onomatopoetic words from each. Then they write the sound that the words described, and complete each...
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Poetry Beyond Words

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Participate in writing poetry as a group. Focused on a given theme, young writers compose a popcorn poem using sensing verbs and adverbs. They write popcorn poems, onomatopoeias, collective poems, and diamond poems. You could introduce...
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The Sounds of Summer: Onomatopoeia

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Readers brainstorm onomatopoetic words. They will discuss onomatopoetic words to then write poems concerning the sounds of summer. In the end, they will share their poems with the class.
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Problem-Solving Processes and Figurative Language

For Teachers 3rd - 6th
Nonfiction texts about people on the move provide young readers with an opportunity to examine not only the problem-solving strategies employed by immigrants, but to also find examples of figurative language these writers use to tell...
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Under the Lemon Moon

For Teachers 2nd - 3rd
Students become familiar with Hispanic heritage and discuss others using your belongings through the reading of Under the Lemon Moon. For this onatatopeia lesson, student set a purpose for reading, find phrases using onomatopoeia, and...
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Sounds of Poetry

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Young scholars explore language arts by identifying word sounds in creative writing. In this poetry instructional activity, students identify the uses of onomatopoeia while participating in a chalkboard writing activity. Young scholars...
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Creating Poetic Devices

For Students 9th
In this creating poetic devices worksheet, 9th graders create 5 original examples of poetic techniques by listing and defining each term, then illustrating that example;  a list of terms and an example are shown;  a grading rubric is...
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Here's an Instant Activity: Onomatopeia Word-Search

For Teachers 8th
Eighth graders complete a worksheet on onomatopoeia. In this spelling lesson, 8th graders review the concept of onomatopoeia. The attached worksheet for students includes a word-search of thirty onomatopeic words. Although the lesson is...
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Words that Name Sounds

For Students 2nd - 3rd
In this sound words worksheet, students write the words next to the pictures that make the sound that the picture is illustrating.