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Abby Zaputil

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Alliteration Practice 2.5

This week in our reading instruction we have been introduced to alliteration. Alliteration is when several words or syllables in a row start with the same sound. To practice this skill, I would like you to come up with a sentence demonstrating alliteration using the first letter of your name. To get started, click the add button, then choose the drawing option. Use the label tool to type your sentence. Next, you can use the pencil or pen or even download and upload an image from Google to illustrate a picture to go with your sentence. When you finish, click the check to post.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Reading, Writing
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