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Mrs. Munger's Class - Onomatopoeia
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This is a short, funny video that uses simple animation to make just the mouth move on the photographs. Onomatopoeia - try saying that ten times fast! It means words that sound like what they are - Splash! This is from ABC's One Saturday Morning. For... [more]
December 23, 2009 at 09:42 PM
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Ages: 7 - 16
Onomatopoeia Examples
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This excellent video was created by a college student and uses simple animation to show words that represent sounds. Suitable for third-graders and older. (02:36)
December 23, 2009 at 09:35 PM
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Ages: 6 - 11
Classic "Batman" Fight Scenes using Onomatopoeia
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Here are three fight scenes from the classic Batman show that use words that sound like their meaning. Several onomatopoeias are written on the screen throughout the video.  (02:48)
February 27, 2012 at 01:01 PM
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Ages: 9 - 18
From YouTube, produced by Mr. Thorne Does Physics
A video clip of some examples of onomatopoeia. (00:56)
July 16, 2011 at 12:53 AM
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Ages: 8 - 13
Tigger Onomatopoeia
From YouTube, produced by Disney
In "Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo," Tigger goes to have a word with Rabbit. What that word turns out to be may surprise you...Onomatopoeia!  This video would be cute as a fun introduction to stylistic devices. (01:09)
July 16, 2011 at 12:43 AM
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Ages: 8 - 18
Onomatopoeia Poem
From YouTube, produced by Lee Emmett
This poem is used to teach students about onomatopoeia. The words in '' are the examples of onomatopoeia.  Great idea for students to write their own poems using onomatopoeia. (01:15)
July 17, 2011 at 04:18 PM
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Ages: 7 - 15
Examples of Onomotapoeia
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This is a short video with examples of what onomatopoeia is, including "zzz" for sleeping, and "bark, bark" for a dog. Very entertaining and informative. Minimalist, but fun. (02:35)
Found by mjursic in Onomatopoeia
April 1, 2009 at 07:27 AM
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Ages: 7 - 12
What Is Onomatopoeia?
From nextvista.org, produced by Alejandro Acosta
This segment contains a slide show which defines onomatopoeia, using words which make sounds.  Many examples with photos are shown.  Boom, bang, and roar are included in the examples.  (01:11)
October 30, 2011 at 11:42 AM
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Ages: 3 - 9
From vimeo.com, produced by The Longfellow Ten
Short stop-motion video explaining the meaning of onomatopoeia created by middle school students. (01:37)
Found by mrmayo in Onomatopoeia
January 4, 2010 at 06:02 PM
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Ages: 9 - 14
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This is a student English project. The slide show  talks about the meaning of an onomatopoeia – words that imitate the sound they represent.   Many examples of  onomatopoeia and how they are used are shown.  Video also shows how they can be used in w... [more]
Found by Barb in Onomatopoeia
July 26, 2009 at 08:13 AM
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