Sounds of Our School and Neighborhood (Kindergarten)

Today in Ms. Icho’s kindergarten class, we talked about our five senses and then focused on sound. We read a poem by a second grader about sounds and  even learned a big word, onomatopoeia.  Each student wrote one line of our class poem, and then we put them together. The kids did a great job and had so many fun ideas!

Sounds of Our School and Neighborhood

I hear the teachers talking with each other blah blah blah

I hear the timer sound saying ting ting

I hear there is a fire drill in school like ting ting

I hear teacher sounds blah blah. 

I hear a timer saying ding ding ding

I hear a person who is talking with love say “I love you”

I hear the kids upstairs boom! boom! boom!

I hear the fire drill ring ring ting–TALK!

I hear the teacher going outside in her car vroom vroom

I hear the teacher talking blah blah blah

I hear Ms. V saying “Sit down–no talking!”

I hear the timer go ding ding ding ding ding

I hear the timer beep beep

I hear the cars beep beep…Vroom

I hear IXL on the ipad BING BING

I hear the timer ding ding

I hear people talking 

I hear a door shutting SLAM

I hear a cat meow

I hear a person talking and a plate blah blah blah 

I hear kids saying “hi!”

I hear donner 

I hear a cat saying meow

I hear a car crash and papers and someone sleeping zzzzzzz

I hear me and my sister in the pool while it’s raining splash splash

I hear the rain puh puh puh





“Writing poetry makes me feel like I can see myself, like I can see my reflection, but not in a mirror, in the world. I write and I know I can be reflected.”
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