Alliteration Game

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Practice alliteration with a fun game! Kids match names to a best friend's name, and add something they both like. 

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Include in a unit about figurative language or poetic devices
  • Have kids work in pairs or small groups to come up with as many sentences as possible
  • Laminate the letter tiles or glue them onto construction paper, and have kids draw one for the whole class to use 
  • Create a new sentence frame for kids to fill in after they get tired of the one provided
Classroom Considerations

  • Provides eight opportunities for alliteration, but each example has the same format
  • May be a confusing way to introduce semicolons
  • The letter tiles do not include x, which may make it easier for beginning readers, but could be added to create a challenge for more advanced readers
  • Provides a blank answer key, as answers will vary depending on your learners' responses
Pros

  • Comes with letter tiles to prompt kids to come up with possibilities for each letter
  • Reinforces the concept of alliteration with multiple chances
Cons

  • None
Common Core