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Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Holy Onomatopoeia Batman!

Loved this lesson idea and had to share. Would be great for teachers doing figurative langauge or if a TTOC wanted to do a mini-lesson that was fun and creative.

Open with an introduction on onomatopoeia's by showing an old clip of Batman. Here is one from youtube:

Next show them the art project, some examples can be found at Splish Splash Splatter Art  
 Then students can pick out 3 different colors of construction paper. (one for their background, one for their "zig zag" design, and one for the onomatopoeia word) You will also need newspaper.
Here is a close up of one of the examples:

 There are a lot of different ways to create these, students will be able to use the paper to create their own onomatopoeia word designs!

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