This is an educational hands-on game your students can play to practice identifying alliteration. This version contains some more challenging forms of alliteration, such as "Ryan wrote a report about wrestling." and "Cindy says circuses are silly". Ch, sh, th alliteration examples are included as well.
It includes 44 game pieces (22 matches), directions, and an answer key! Simply print and cut the game pieces (1 set for each pair or small group). Students turn all of the game pieces over, and then follow the directions to play Concentration!
Listed below are some of my other figurative language products:
Figurative Language Flipbook (Literary Devices): A 20 page document
Figurative Language 40 slide Interactive Powerpoint (includes test prep!)
Figurative Language Task Cards (with bonus activity)
Similes, Metaphors, and Alliteration Craftivity: Sentence Superheroes
Figurative Language Worksheet Packet (set of 7)
Similes and Metaphors: I have… Who has…?
Figurative Language (Similes, Metaphors, Alliteration, Personification, Onomatopoeia, Hyperboles, Idioms): I have… Who has…?
Idioms: I have… Who has…? A game for the entire class!
Idioms Concentration Game
Figurative Language Concentration Game (Literary Devices)
Alliteration Concentration Game
Simile and Metaphor Concentration Game
Idioms and Hyperboles Craftivity