Poetry Comic Strip & Art Activity

Do your students dread poetry, well no more! Everybody loves onomatopoeia! Get your students to play this GAME! do the actions and sounds to words like clap, slurp and pop. There is nothing boring about that!
 
Create a fun comic strip with onomatopoeia by using words like pow, bam, slam, boom, slap and kaboom in it to practice writing. This is a fun and interactive way to get your students to learn and remember what onomatopoeia means.
 
Then students will create pop art art that is similar in style to Roy Lichenstein.
Supplies needed: colored paper, black marker, black paint, scissors, q-tips and glue
 
1. What is onomatopoeia?
2. Play an onomatopoeia game
3. Examples of onomatopoeia in comics
4. Examples of Speech bubbles
5. Speech bubbles your students can cut out and paste into their comics
6. Brainstorm graphic organizer
7. Beginning, middle and end activity to hand in for assessment
8. Comic strip boxes to create your own comics
9. Art activityIG page

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