Onomatopoeia Worksheets

Beat onomatopoeia into your head with our free, printable onomatopoeia worksheets! An onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like the thing it refers to. Explore this exciting figure of speech with several activities and tasks compiled in our onomatopoeia worksheets with answers.

These onomatopoeia worksheet pdfs are ideal for students in grade 5 and grade 6.

Matching Animals or Objects to Onomatopoeia

Kids in 5th grade observe each animal/object and match it to an apt sound word, drawing a parallel between the word and the phenomenon it describes.

Matching Animals or Objects to Onomatopoeia

Writing Onomatopoeia for Pictures & Using Them in Sentences

Double up your practice with this onomatopoeia worksheet pdf, where kids write a sound word for each picture and then frame a sentence using the sound word.

Writing Onomatopoeia for Pictures and Using Them in Sentences

Identifying Onomatopoeia

The task in this printable onomatopoeia worksheet is for children in grade 5 to tell apart onomatopoeic phrases from non-onomatopoeic ones.

Identifying Onomatopoeia

Identifying Instances of Onomatopoeia

Instances of onomatopoeia just trickle in, as in this printable s exercise. Get children in 6th grade to underline the sound words in each extract.

Identifying Instances of Onomatopoeia

Identifying the Figure of Speech

There's a figure of speech in each sentence in this onomatopoeia pdf for grade 6 kids. Determine which figure of speech it is, and choose the correct option.

Identifying the Figure of Speech

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