This is a beginning worksheet on onomatopoeia.
Chomp! Crash! Splash! These are “sound” words, known as onomatopoeia. Any word that imitates or suggests a sound falls into this figure of speech category, such as “tick tock,” “thump” and “moo.” Writers use onomatopoeia as a way to bring energy and a sense of sound into writing. You’ll find our printable practice worksheets on onomatopoeia below. These engaging printable activities are free for you to use in the classroom or at home.
There’s no crashing with this onomatopoeia worksheet!
Your student will be humming with this onomatopoeia worksheet!
When a word is as fun to say as onomatopoeia you know your students will have a blast completing this worksheet. Free and printable, students find the onomatopoeia in each sentence and then complete the activity by creating some of their own!
Whazaam! It’s time for onomatopoeia!
This Poe poem has a variety of different figures of speech to analyze.
This multiple choice worksheet asks your student to identify the type of figurative language used in the sentence or phrase.
In this worksheet your student will match up the figures of speech with the phrase or sentence.