Alliteration is when words in a phrase start with the same letter or sound. Alliterative phrases are fun to read and to say!
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There are flowers in the garden.
The garden is filled with beautiful bluebells.
The swans float in the river.
The swans swim and swirl in the river.
EXAMPLES AND WRITING PROMPTS
The purple pony plays peacefully.
Prompt: What is your favorite animal? Use alliteration to describe it.
I ate crunchy crackers and croutons today.
Prompt: Use alliteration to describe what you ate for your last meal.
I want to dress up as a scary skeleton or a wicked witch for Halloween.
Prompt: Do you celebrate Halloween? Do you dress up, go trick-or-treating, or watch scary movies?
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