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(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet

(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
(FREEBIE) Tongue Twisting Sentences - Every Letter of the Alphabet
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In this freebie, you'll get 78 tongue twisting sentences - 3 for each letter of the alphabet. These can be handy for a number of lessons and could be used with a variety of grade levels.

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  • Listening activities
    • Read each phrase and ask students to identify how many of the same phoneme they hear! (How many /m/ sounds are there?)
    • Support phonemic awareness with littles or take a quick brain break with big kids to re-focus and sharpen concentration skills.
  • Alliteration identification
    • Ask students to determine whether the phrases are truly alliterative.
    • Sometimes the letters make different sounds (such as c in city vs cat) – or sometimes there are more /f/ sounds made with other letters like in “tough”!
  • Vocabulary building
    • Present these as tongue twisters and have students work on vocab they do not know.
    • Students can then use their own spelling or vocab words to create more alliterative phrases just like this!
  • Writing prompts
    • Give each student a phrase and have them expand on it to write a story - with or without more alliteration.
    • Have students re-write the phrases using different figurative language examples (for example - describe the same image using metaphors, hyperbole, similes, etc. instead of alliteration)
  • Handwriting practice
    • Have students copy the sentences to practice certain letters, for manuscript, cursive, etc.
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