Onomatopoeia Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: R.4 and L.5

Core Standard

When a word is associated with the sound or actually mimics a sound or action we call this an instance of onomatopoeia. If you remember the old Batman television series, you are super familiar with onomatopoeia. Bam! Blam! Whack! These were just some of common uses to describe the action sequences in this series. Below you will find a selection of worksheets that helps students identify and use instances of onomatopoeia. This literary technique, when used wisely, can really heighten the story for your audience because it helps improve their reading experience. These can be very helpful when students begin to write very detailed works.









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