Today we made a few more super heroes for the city.
Then I cut out some spiky shapes for the children to write sound words related to the sounds that you would hear in Gotham city.
Onomatopoeia -The use of words that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to.
Sounds that begin with cl usually indicate a collision between glass or metal, clang, clatter, clink, clank.
Words that end in -ng are sounds that resonate,
bang, clang, ding.
Words that begin with th usually describe dull sounds,
Fwoosh, whoosh, whizz, whirrr
The sound of the batwing helicopter hovering.
A very noisy Gotham City!
"Onomatopoeia every time I see yaMy senses tell me hubbaAnd I just can't disagree.I get a feeling in my heart that I can't describe. . .It's sort of whack, whir, wheeze, whineSputter, splat, squirt, scrapeClink, clank, clunk, clatterCrash, bang, beep, buzzRing, rip, roar, retchTwang, toot, tinkle, thudPop, plop, plunk, powSnort, snuck, sniff, smackScreech, splash, squish, squeakJingle, rattle, squeal, boingHonk, hoot, hack, belch."by Todd Rundgren