A collection of rhyming onomatopoeic poetry!! Assembly for K-2 grade.
Students will learn how much fun it is to read outLOUD and perform your reading with that under-rated literary device, onomatopoeia.
- Hear noisy poems performed. Be inspired to create a noisy cartoon or poem! This is lit for your lips!
- Poems about toilets, and evil little sisters.
- Poems about trains and going to the dentist.
- A tongue twisting, throat tickling, lip-loosening show! Learn the sound of rain, thunder and snow!
[on-uh-mat-uh-pee-uh, ‐mah-tuh‐] noun
Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like an imitation of a sound. It’s a great way to get those skeptical “noise boys” interested in reading! Onomatopoeia is found in cartoons and comics. Pow! Zap! Boom! A nice enhancement to your reading initiative.
Price: $350 for a 45-60 minute assembly.
See Charlie read a onomatopoem in book form, about toilets!