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Fox in Socks extension activity. Students create their own tongue twisters using the first letter of their name.

We made two word alliteration sentences using nouns & verbs. This was a great way to assess my kids’ understanding of action words…a few of them were still having a hard time with it! When one kiddo couldn’t figure out the perfect verb to go with his/her name, he/she got to call on a friend for help. This was such a FUN activity!!!!

Teaching alliteration by writing a sentence about one of their friends.

Fun idea for alliteration- anybody have some good suggestions for books to read to spark this activity?

We talked a lot about alliteration last week and ended the week with a little alliterative writing after reading If You Were Alliteration. We brainstormed a giant list of animals and then I had each of my firsties choose an animal to write about in an alliterative sentence. The sentence could be silly or serious. OF course, all of the writing I got back was definitely silly! The kids had to write a sentence and then illustrate it. They loved this activity!!!

great blog post about teaching alliteration.... good read alouds for alliteration, an anchor chart, and cute activities to go with it!

I love this entry about creating writer's workshop anchor charts. She also talks about reading Click Clack Moo to talk about why we write. I need to do this lesson in the first few weeks of school!

We talked a lot about alliteration last week and ended the week with a little alliterative writing after reading If You Were Alliteration.  We brainstormed a giant list of animals and then I had each of my firsties choose an animal to write about in an alliterative sentence.  The sentence could be silly or serious.  OF course, all of the writing I got back was definitely silly!  The kids had to write a sentence and then illustrate it.

I love this! I want all my students to know that they are writers! Andddd that writing doesn't have to be boring.

Today we read Fox in Socks and Oh Say Can You Say and discussed alliterations and tongue twisters. Wow! Those are hard books to read. Then we came up with our own alliteration sentences using our names.