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Writing: Making Vocabulary Choices 2

In this worksheet, students examine and consider onomatopoeia (use of words that sound like the object or action they are describing) to engage readers of their writing.

'Writing: Making Vocabulary Choices 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

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Worksheet Overview

Onomatopoeia is the use of words that sound like the object or action they are describing.

 

cat

The cat miaowed.

The word miaow sounds like the noise the cat actually makes.

 

Little boy jumping in a muddy puddle

Jake jumped into the water with a splash.

The word splash sounds like the noise Jake would make when he hit the water.

 

In this worksheet you can read lots of different examples of onomatopoeia.

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