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Alliteration Chart to use in the writing center of a classroom. Fun colorful chart with visual pictures to help students understand what alliteration means.

WRITING: Awesome Alliteration Activity

WRITING: Awesome Alliteration Activity

FREE Printable Figurative Language Anchor Chart Illustrated Posters

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Alliterations: Use each students name as a noun and have them come up with a verb!

Teaching alliteration, nouns, and verbs in an interactive way. I love when learning encompasses more than one subject or idea. Also a good way to teach proper nouns. As a challenge have a 'noun-verb-adverb' alliteration challenge.

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!

Writing Workshop Kindergarten Anchor Charts | Place Called Kindergarten: Writing Workshop - Alliterations

A Place Called Kindergarten: Writing Workshop - Alliterations. This can be used to point out common and proper nouns, capital letters, uppercase and lowercase alphabet letters, and beginning sound recognition!

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