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Onomatopoeia Writing Prompt!

1. Write a story about a day in your life using as many sound words (onomatopoeias) as you can! 2. You may write your story on paper and take a picture of it, or write it on the notepad! Example: "Ring! Ring! My day begins when I turn my alarm clock off! Glop! Glop! My coffee is made!

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, English Language Arts, Writing
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