Today we are learning about alliteration. Alliteration happens when words that start with the same sound (not just the same letter) are used repeatedly in a phrase or sentence. The sound is usually a consonant (all of those letters that are NOT vowels - a, e, i. o, u), and the words don't have to be right next to one another. Work your way through the activity by following the instructions on each page carefully. Have a look at the definitions and examples attached. LI: I am learning that poets play with the sounds in words to create an atmosphere or mood in their poem. SC: I can explain what alliteration is I can identify alliteration in a poem I can identify a repeating beginning sound I can give an example of alliteration.