Who hasn't heard "Fair is foul, and foul is fair", the theme that echoes throughout Macbeth? Alliterations help make writing musical, rhetorical and disciplined. Epic poems have used wide-ranging alliterations and have rightfully inspired many a student to use these stylistic devices with beauty. In addition to their signature blend of vigor and vibrancy, our printable alliteration worksheets, ideal for grade 2 through grade 5 leave young learners instantly stocked with lots of alliterations both literary and otherwise. Our ELA worksheets have a golden feather added to it. Our free handouts are definitely worth a try!
This alliteration chart is something to look out for, for not only does it beautifully and succinctly define an alliteration, but it also gives a few examples for beginners to know their alliterations better.
Alliterations can instantly raise the literary quotient of a sentence, in prose and poetry. In this exercise, children match words or groups of words to form appropriate alliterations.
Children are infatuated with Micky Mouse and Pink Panther. But how many of them know these are classic examples of alliterations? Here, children fill in the blanks to unravel alliterations in cartoons.
There is a lot to admire about this cute animal-alliterations exercise. Enjoy the mirth, as children write an alliteration describing each animal. Animals are great alliteration material!
Here's writing alliterations at its most diverse! Encourage children to let their alliterative imagination run a riot, and write a short alliteration for each picture in this pdf worksheet.
This printable exercise is going to be a fantastic upgrade to children's alliteration learning. They form or supplement alliterations by completing sentences with correct words from the box.
Put the stellar students ahead of the game, by lending them every possible hand as they attempt doing this exercise. Here, they write an alliteration for each letter of the alphabet displayed on the page.
Nowhere are alliterations more impressive than in poems! Let the alliterative students in 4th grade and 5th grade now dig in this breezy poem to find and underline as many alliterations as are there.
This exercise reveals alliterations' literary potential in a big way. What's in store for children here, is that they read each sentence and see if it contains an alliteration or not.
This alliteration PDF creates some fantastically memorable learning moments. Children pick a word from each wheel and write alliterative sentences and enhance their alliterative skills in the process.
Let 2nd grade and 3rd grade children get unconditional access to all the pleasure and party surrounding alliterations! Let them read this poem to find out and underline all the alliterations they come across.
Help children get ahead and excel in the alliteration process with this printable exercise. They fill in the blanks appropriately to create alliterations abuzz with zeal and zest.