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Writing Wonderful Words - Using Alliteration and Assonance

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Writing Wonderful Words is an activity using the figurative language of alliteration and assonance. Examples and definitions of both are here to support your students' task of underlining the letters used to make alliteration or assonance. They must then choose one example of each and list words with the same repeated consonant or vowel sound. The use of a dictionary is encouraged. Finally, in the space provided, they will use the words to write silly sentences or a poem.