In honor of Dr. Seuss I was working on Alliteration this week and wanted to pass along the activities to you. I discussed what alliteration was(using a packet I found on tPt and gave an example(Tara talked to Tori on Tuesday about tea time with Tina the turtle) and then read the book "Oh say can you say." Then I had the kids think of nouns, verbs and adjectives using the first letter in their name. After that they wrote their silly sentence on a strip of 1" pink construction paper and glued it to the frog. I think you could even break this down by table groups and print out lists of nouns, verbs, adj for a particular letter within a larger classroom setting. This activity was great for all my students working on grammar, vocabulary, and understanding figurative language. For my younger articulation students, I had them glue pictures of words with their Target sound and made it a rhyming activity(The cat sat on a mat with his blue bat) for the FCD students and using initial blends for the other artic students. For the older artic students, I had them pick their target sound to use in the sentence (Sammy the seal sat on her sister while sipping sour soup). Anyways, I hope you and your students will enjoy this activity.