Alliterations with adjectives are admittedly an adventure!
Alliteration is a literary device that uses the repetition of the sounds, usually the beginning sounds, of words. Tongue twisters use alliteration, as does a phrase like “wide and wonderful world.” Alliteration creates a mood and shows how an author wants to emphasize certain words and concepts.
Need to brush up on the topic? What is Alliteration?
Below are free printable alliteration worksheets for practice in your classroom or at home. Simply click on the activity title to view the details of the worksheet or to download as a PDF.
Time to tackle the terrific alliteration!
Verbs are very versatile, especially in amazing alliterations!
This worksheet is all about alliteration. Students write a list of words for a specific letter, then write three sentences using the words on the list.
These tongue twisters teach about alliteration. Students answer questions based on fun tougue twisters!
Here’s a great beginning alliteration worksheet! Students write a sentence using the beginning sound of animal words like “bee” and “dog”
Have some fun with an alliteration game! It can be played individually or in groups.
Your youngster will work on alliteration at a zany zoo!
My sister grows gorgeos grapes! Alliterations are groups of words that are not only fun to say, but also fun to write. Here is a free worksheet for you to print out for students to complete. When they are done, see some silly sentences they created!
Let’s add some alliteration to poetry! Students fill in the blanks to finish the poems.
Whether in lovely literature or rollicking rhetoric, alliterations are admirable!
Given is a list of items in the classic Christmas carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Seven of the days have an alliteration in the phrase. Change the items for the alliteration, but use an alliteration of the same letter.
This Poe poem has a variety of different figures of speech to analyze.
This multiple choice worksheet asks your student to identify the type of figurative language used in the sentence or phrase.
In this worksheet your student will match up the figures of speech with the phrase or sentence.