Onomatopoeia Word Cards

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  • , rated this resource Aug 13th
  • I will be using this to create a display poster for the children to learn about onomatopoeia

    , Sep 21st
  • To teach my P3/4 class about onomatopoeia.

    , Sep 8th
  • This is for my daughter's third grade onomatopoeia project.

    , Jun 12th
  • to teach to first year

    , Mar 29th
  • to teach onomatopoeia to 3rd grade students

    , Feb 29th
  • teaching materials for my child

    , Feb 23rd
  • very useful for my students

    , Feb 1st
  • Kindergarten art project on Roy Liechtenstein Onomatopoeia art. Great Resource for teaching the meaning of onomatopoeia.

    , Oct 28th
  • I need to teach my students about onomatopoeias.

    , Sep 29th
  • We are looking at Spike Milligan's Ning Nang Nong and chn will be writing their own version so cards useful.

    , May 19th
  • I am using these as a way to add interest to the students writing.

    , May 7th
  • thank you

    , Apr 27th
  • :)

    , Jan 16th
  • Teaching onomatopoeia.

    , Jan 9th
This handy set of word cards cover the main vocabulary for this topic with lovely images to illustrate each one. Print and laminate them so your children can keep them on hand, or put them up in your classroom as a prompt for independent writing tasks.
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