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Johnny WBAT use alliterations appropriately 8 out of 10 times.  *can be used in group setting with a variety of names*

Great alliterations activity to do with kids' names, Start with each child's name and add a fun verb that starts with the same sound and then another noun or too that start with that same sound. Looks super fun!

This is a free worksheet for students who are learning about alliteration. The worksheet contains two parts.  In Part 1, students will identify alliterative phrases in sentences.  In Part 2, students will write  sentences that contain alliteration.   Check out my blog post that includes an alliteration anchor chart at   Crafting Connections:  Alliteration Anchor Chart.

This is a worksheet for teaching students alliteration. For Part 1 they identify alliteration in sentences. For Part 2 they write their own sentences using alliteration.