• Angela

    Figurative Language; onomatopoeia; Give each group a different photo (amusement park, NASCAR race, and busy kitchen) and they brainstorm words.

  • Kari Ratliff

    Robert Munsch activity with Onomatopoeia

  • Maryanne Kim

    4th Grade Frolics: CRASH, BANG, BIF!! Onomatopoeias and Turtles

  • Nuriyah Adams

    writing ideas

  • Kєℓℓу Lυѕѕιєɾ Sħσє

    Figurative Language-Onomatopoeia->>Give each group a different photo (amusement park, NASCAR race, & busy kitchen) & they brainstorm the SOUND words. Students will be very engaged. Look at this teacher's example. FABULOUS IDEA!!

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