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Onomatopoeia Worksheets – Summer Theme

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Learners in grade 4 and grade 5 can practice their figurative language skills with this set of summer-themed onomatopoeia worksheets.

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Here is a set of sizzling summer-themed onomatopoeia worksheets for your learners in grade 4 and grade 5. Whether your learners are just beginning to work on this skill or have grasped the concept and work independently, there is something for most everyone in this packet. Onomatopoeias are an exciting concept for learners of any age and with summer themes built-in, these worksheets are sure to be a hit.

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WORKSHEET 1: learners will read a summer-themed prompt and match it to the appropriate onomatopoeia.

WORKSHEET 2: learners will read a summer-themed sentence and choose between two onomatopoeias to best describe the sentence.

WORKSHEET 3: learners will read a summer-themed sentence and choose an onomatopoeia from the word bank that best describes the sentence.

WORKSHEET 4: learners will read a summer-themed sentence and write an onomatopoeia (without guide words) to best describe the sentence.

WORKSHEET 5: learners will read an onomatopoeia and write a summer-themed sentence that best relates to the given term.

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Onomatopoeia Worksheets – Summer Theme