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Onomatopoeias

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Alisabeth Galiana

on 5 March 2013

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Transcript of Onomatopoeias

Words that sound like the objects they name or sounds they make
copies the sound it describes Onomatopoeia: Examples in sentences Boom, Your Turn! Make your 2 sentences with 1 of the words below or one of your own: By Alisabeth & Jackie Onomatopoeias "Meow" "Knock" "Zzz.." "Click" (on-o-mat-o-pee-a) The fireworks at the parade made a loud BOOM! "Gobble,gobble!",said the turkey. "Woof,Woof!",barked the dog. bark, and gobble are all onomatopoeias! Bang Boom Choo-choo Click Tic-toc Zip Zoom Whoosh Splat Smack Meow Ding-dong Moo Chirp Achoo Whoosh Splash Cock-a-doodle-doo Pop Rawr Silent Ball!! Whoever gets the ball 1st has to make a sound (onomatopoeia) and the person who he/she throws the ball to next has to do the same thing
If he/she throws the ball to someone else and they weren't paying attention or didn't catch the ball THEY ARE OUT VIDEO
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