Here's a fun video to share with kids to inspire creative writing. Students will learn about alliteration as a figurative language technique. Then, they'll get the chance to write their own alliterative paragraphs. They'll write 3 fun paragraphs while practicing creative writing. The video will prompt them to write in real time.
Great news! Students just need a pen/pencil and paper to do this activity. They can watch the video and get writing.
This video is perfect for:
- Adding to a creative writing unit
- Teaching a figurative language lesson
- Leaving behind for a substitute teacher to share
- Extending a lesson that ends a bit too soon
- Teaching a writing lesson at home
Bonus! I've included an optional handout for students to complete the writing activity. Just download the "Supporting Document" along with the video (above).
Here's an idea:
Host a friendly competition to see which student can fill their paragraphs with the most words beginning with the suggested letter.
Need a YouTube link to share this video with students? No problem! https://bit.ly/WritingVideoAlliteration
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