Sunday, July 21, 2024

Onomatopoeia Resources

by Mark Warner
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Ages: 5-11

Onomatopoeia is when a word sounds like the thing that it describes, e.g. woof, crackle, sniff. Writers use onomatopoeia to describe sounds accurately.

A number of related downloadable resources are available below. They could be used in the classroom in different ways:

  • Use the poster as a teaching tool by sharing it with the class.
  • Put the poster / banner on display in your classroom.
  • Share the printable list of examples and challenge pupils to think of more.
  • Look at the list of examples and discuss what might make a noise like that.
  • Ask pupils to make their posters to teach others about onomatopoeia.

Downloads:

Onomatopoeia Banner

Onomatopoeia Banner

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Onomatopoeia Examples

Onomatopoeia Examples

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Onomatopoeia Posters

Onomatopoeia Poster

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