Onomatopoeia

These words sound like their meaning - like splash, plop, and click. In this language arts worksheet, your child matches the sound words to the appropriate setting. Bonus: your child may list other sound words, too.

Worksheets: Onomatopoeia Words

Onomatopoeia Words

Students have a fun time working together to read the description create an onomatopoeia word for each one. (Caution: Your classroom will get noisy...

Students have a fun time working together to read the description create an onomatopoeia word for each one. (Caution: Your classroom will get house design interior design 2012 room design decorating design

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