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Some samples of Onomatopoeic poems we wrote
THE HORSE STABLE Horses hooves clip clap clop Horses hooves on the sand split splat splot Peoples boots bomp bomp bomp Mammies talking chat chat chat
THE PLAYER GOES GOAL GOAL GOAL THE REFEREE GOES WHISTLE WHISTLE THE MANAGER GOES NO NO
The Traffic Jam The cars on the road go broom broom broom The drivers in the cars go beep beep beep Beep the wipers on the cars go swish swish Swish all day long.
THE MOMMIES ON THE ROAD GO TALK TALK TALK THE DADDIES ON THE ROAD GO STOMP STOMP STOMP THE SISTERS ON THE ROAD GO MUM MUM MUM WHEN THE BABIES GO DOWN A HILL THEY GO WEE WEE
The soccer match The ball goes bounce bounce. The soccer player goes kick kick kick. The fans go yes yes yes. The goal post goes bang bang bang.
THE ZOO The monkeys go swing swing swing. The elephants go whoosh. The hippos go splash. The crocodile goes snap. The snake goes sssssssssss. The people go broom broom in their cars.
The Wheels on the Bus. The wheels on the bus go Round and round Round and round, round and round The wheels on the bus go round and round All day long.
Theme: a message/lesson about life or human nature Stated Theme: a message that is stated directed or is immediately obvious Implied Theme: a message that.
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Family Words Mommy
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