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Mrs. Miller

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Onomatopoeia and Alliteration

Today you will learn all about onomatopoeia and alliteration. Figurative Language makes reading and writing so exciting and interesting, but if we don't work on understanding it, it can be confusing. Use what you learned about onomatopoeia and alliteration with this activity today. Read the directions below before completing your assignment. 1. Click on add to begin your assignment. 2. Review what onomatopoeia and alliteration are on page 2, then complete the following pages. If you are unsure of what some words mean, remember to look them up on Google or Wordsmyth: https://kids.wordsmyth.net/we/ Double check your work before turning in. 3. Turn in using the check button.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, Reading
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