Onomatopoeia Poem


Posted by getrudabds4 | Posted in Grade 4 Science | Posted on May 1, 2014

TICK, TICK went the clock.

SQUIRT, SQUIRT went the soap when I washed my hands.

SQUEAK, SQUEAK went the door as I walked out the door.

VROOM, VROOM went the bus.

SWISH, SWISH went the door as the children went into the school.

RING, RING went the bell to start first period.

SHH, SHH went the teacher when they were in the library.

STOMP, STOMP went the feet as the children ran in the gym.

CLICK, CLICK went the keys on the computers.

 RING, RING went the bell for lunch.

CLING, CLANG  went the forks and spoons.

SLURP, SLURP went the children as they drank their juice.

RING, RING went the bell to tell the children it was the end of lunch.

SSS, SSS went the scissors as they cut.

PSST, PSST went the children as they whispered quietly.

SQUEAK, SQUEAK went the pencils as the children wrote the answers to math questions.

RING, RING went the bell for recess.

RUSTLE, RUSTLE went the children’s bags of chips and cookies.

CLIP, CLIP went the stapler as it stapled the papers.

SHIP, SHIP went the tape cutter as it cut the tape.

SHH, SHH went the teacher as she told the children to be quiet.

RING, RING went the bell to tell the children it was the end of the day. 

















Comments (6)

Awesome poem!!!

Thank you very much!

I love your poem!!

Thank you!

Great use of onomatopoeia words to describe the sounds you hear throughout the school day. Your poem showcased that you understand how to use sound words to describe an activity. I like how you used squeak, squeak to describe answering math questions. Keep up the great work! 🙂

Thank you very much!

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