When words begin with the same sound, it's called ALLITERATION. They are fun to read aloud.
Silly sentences that use the same sound are often called tongue-twisters.
Many times, a preacher will use ALLITERATION in his sermon to help people remember it.
Sometimes titles of books or names of things will use ALLITERATION.
Assignment: Write a few tongue twisters using alliteration.
Email them to me.
I'm excited to try saying your tongue twisters.
"Willy Walrus went walking on a wiggly wharf."
God wants us to be Humble, Honest, and Holy.
1. Did you read your story out loud?
2. Did you double check your spelling?
3. Did you capitalize and punctuate correctly?
4. Did you use interesting vocabulary?
5. Did you write a good beginning and ending?
Run for the Roses
Bob's Bagel Bakery
Hungry, Hungry Hippo
Splash into Writing
"Four fluffy feathers on a fiffer feffer feff. "
(Dr. Suess's ABC Book)