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Onomatopeoia Art - fun way to integrate visual art and literacy

Super Hero Art: Onomatopeoia Pop Art in the comic book inspired style of Roy Lichtenstein

The First Grade Parade: Search results for Alliteration

Ingredients for good writing.I teach the kids to look at the word alliteration.it begins with ALL. I tell them that with alliteration several if not ALL of the words in a phrase or sentence begin with the same consonant sound. We practice a few tong

Emphasis... after Halloween! Pop Art

We had a lot fun studying real candy prices as our inspiration for our Pop Art Candy Paintings. Tempra paint and black Sharpie outlines added emphasis and strong lines. The paper created a cropped effect as well.


Word Art

Use words to "color" and form the objects. Could be a fun art challenge. Would be great sight word practice

Ono Mato What? - Onomatopoeia Display for Figurative Language Unit

Ono Mato What? - Onomatopoeia Display for Figurative Language. Inspiration for classroom literacy displays about onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia art! - Superhero Theme - great art project for helping expand word choice & developing diction

artisan des arts: Onomatopoeia art could work for and up. Love the color and Pop art design

4th Grade totem poles with lesson plan and keynote

This is an awesome totem pole project for Native American unit. I would use this project only AFTER teaching my students about the significance and meaning of totem poles in Native American cultures.

Onomatopoeia art

artisan des arts: Onomatopoeia art Doing this for final writing share. Table tents will have categories- authors who use sound - authors who use talking - authors who stretch out a small moment using.