Owl's Onomatopoeias

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

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 I know there are about 840 resources on TpT already for Onomatopoeias, but I am telling you mine is the the BEST! Why? Let me show you...

Targets: Onomatopoeias! {expressive language, semantics (vocabulary building), syntax (when used in sentences)}.
Ages: 4+

--Page 1 Title, Page 2 Info/What is an Onomatopoeia?
--Owl Onomatopoeia Cards (Pages 3-6 and 14-17) 48 question cards and 48 different onomatopoeias, use by themselves to learn what onomatopoeias we commonly use. There are broken in to two sets for game play with bingo.
--Bingo Question Cards (Pages7-8 and 18-19) 48 bingo question cards broken into two sets for game play. Questions ask what onomatopoeia belongs with each object.
--What Sound Does It Make? Bingo Cards (Pages 9-13 and 20-24) 5 bingo cards per set. Game play: Teacher asks students, “What makes the ____ sound?” and students place a token on the object/animal that makes that sound.   

--Onomatopoeia Game Board (Page 25) Can your students state the sound that each animal or object makes?

--Onomatopoeia Review (Page 26) Students write 3 sentences, pick 2 more new onomatopoeias and draw 2 pictures.

--Other Ideas: Guess That Onomatopoeia!: Pass out one picture card to each student. Pick a student to go first and have them make the sound (onomatopoeia), the first student to guess the object that goes with it will go next. (Example: Student 1 “Pop” Other students respond “Balloon!” or another correct answer “popcorn” etc.). Play with tokens or a game board.
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9 Responses to “Owl's Onomatopoeias”

  1. This looks great! I have lots of ideas on how it use it! Thank you for putting this together.

    1. Thank Julie! It's on sale today through the weekend! :)

  2. Replies
    1. Thanks! I have to use different graphics it will be back up by the end of the week. Didn't want to use the graphics I had for the sounds might get in trouble! Always better to be safe then sorry! Check back by Friday!

  3. Oooh! I want this for my hearing impaired group! Looks great :)

  4. I could use this for some of my lower kindergartners!!,

  5. I would use this with my clients that like "fun" grammar!

  6. I think I would like doing this almost more than my kiddos!

  7. I purchased your Who are You game during this weekend's sale and can't wait to use it with my kiddos. This looks like another great product for my preschoolers. Thanks!

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