Alliteration and Tongue Twisters

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Did she sell seashells by the seashore, or did Bill buy berries by the ballpark? Practice literary skills with an activity based on famous tongue twisters. Kids replace the nouns, verb, and adjectives in two phrases to create a new alliterative tongue twister.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • A fun activity for a sub day or homework assignment
  • Have kids work in partners or groups to come up with additional sentences
Classroom Considerations

  • Worksheet is in color; printing in black-and-white may make it hard for learners to read certain parts
Pros

  • Addresses both alliteration and parts of speech
  • Fun for kids to complete and say once they are finished
Cons

  • May be too guided, as it provides kids with the exact parts of speech they need for completing the sentences
Common Core