Onomatopoeia Adventures

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Explore onomatopoeia by listening for sounds as learners walk around the school building, sharing their observations. In this figurative language lesson, they will describe what they heard as the teacher records observations on chart paper. The Little Old Lady Who was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams is read aloud and onomatopoeia is noted. Learners generate and write onomatopoeia to complete a patterned text.

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