Learning: Alliteration

Alliteration: The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.

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Designed for 3rd – 4th grades, this unit includes 11 student worksheets (plus answer keys).

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Students will be asked to:
– Define alliteration
– Recognize the use of alliteration
– Create an alliteration by adding a now to an adjective
– Fill in the blank (using a word bank) to create sentences with alliterations.
– Complete a paragraph (using a word bank) to create sentences with alliterations.
– To create there own sentences with alliterations.

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