This is a free worksheet for students who are learning about alliteration. The worksheet contains two parts. In Part 1, students will identify alliterative phrases in sentences. In Part 2, students will write sentences that contain alliteration.
********This resource is available in two formats:
1. Traditional Printable- Print the PDF and distribute paper copies to your students to complete.
2. TPT EASEL ACTIVITY- This paperless version contains the same content over the course of four slides. Slide 1 contains a teaching slide. On Slide 2, students are given sentences, and they must use the highlight tool to highlight the words that show alliteration. On the last two slides, students follow the instructions to type alliterative sentences in the answer boxes.
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