Sunday, April 21, 2013

Onomatopoeia Lesson & Activity {Freebie}

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday Woo hoo!  It's time to practice understanding and using onomatopoeia with my little authors.  I've combined ideas that are swirling in my head as well as those found on the web into one lesson.

In my classroom, I use PowerPoint for nearly every direct teach lesson.  Due to terms of use on graphics that I've purchased or snagged for free, I cannot share a PowerPoint with you.  But I can convert a PPT into a PDF.  Although it does lose some features, the content is still there and if I design my PPTs knowing that I'm converting them to PDFs, then I can make them without animations and such.

Anyway, back to the fun figurative language device known as onomatopoeia...such a fun word to say.  Here's a sample of my {free Onomatopoeia Lesson}.  Go on...grab the complete lesson & activity with all 15 slides for free and follow me while you're at it.

If you grab this free lesson, I hope you find it engaging and helpful.  I'd also love some blog love by having you follow me.  Thanks!



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Melissa P. Brittany P. said...

Love teaching onomatopoeias! THey have so much fun using them in their writing and recognizing them in stories! Thanks for the great freebie!!!

Mari Enwright said...

This is a GREAT resource! Thanks for sharing. Happy ~S~P~R~I~N~G~!!!

Whole Child World Network said...

Thank you for making it fun!

BlessedCP said...

Do you have a working link for the song video? Thanks for a great mini-lesson.

Leslie Lim said...

I read your blog.I thought it was great.. Hope you have a great day. God bless.


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