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      Onomatopoeia words in English. An onomatopoeia is a type of figurative language in the English language. Onomatopoeias are words that imitate sounds. Onomatopoeias sound like the objects they represent or the sounds those objects make. A lesson on Onomatopoeia:

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      lots of language arts anchor charts examples! flickr stream from the Writing Doctor...

    • Tyler Houston

      Onomatopoeia. Reading. Writing. Language arts

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      lots of language arts anchor charts examples!

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      Onomatopoeia. English. Language Arts.

    • Jena Ritchey

      Onomatopoeia poster

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