What sort of colours do you think represent sounds that the word "bang" makes? This is a fun colouring exercise for onomatopoeic word.
Word Art Colouring Pages
Have some fun with our new word art colouring pages. Grab your colouring pens or pencils and think about each word carefully before choosing how to colour it in, in a way that emphasises the meaning or sound of the word.
Boom is a wonderful onomatopoeic word, and the kids can really have fun colouring it in to make the page as boom-like as possible!
What colours do you think the word "crackle" sounds like? Colour in this word art colouring page to match the sound…
Will your child colour this word art colouring page to match the fizz sound drinks can makes when you open it, or the fizz of a firework in the sky? They can get really creative with their colours!
What does the word POP look like in colour? Here is a fun way to find out. Whichever colours you choose, make sure that the word pops out of the page!