Alliteration Worksheets To Print:
Big Sounds! -
This worksheet is very noisy. Bash, boom, bang! Making music means you might make many noises.
Music is its own language, filled with many sounds. Alliteration also helps
creates noises and sounds in the English language.
What will happen when we mix music and alliteration together?
The Tongue -
See if you can make sense of these tongue twisters. Write your own tongue twister about the words that are listed. Use at least three other words
that contain the same letter as the word given in order to create use of this technique-and a tough tongue twister!
Adventures in Alliteration
ADVERBS - If you smack an adjective and verb together, this
is what you would get. Rewrite the following sentences using as much alliteration as you
can. You may change any words in the sentence except the adverb, which is
underlined. The meaning of the rewritten sentence must be the same as the
- Underline all of the alliterative words. We have all heard the same old nursery rhymes, but how can you change them to add more
alliteration-and make them sillier? Let's practice finding and then using this technique with some
- It is true! There are literally millions of possible answers here. The weather is a major
part of our lives: from wind to rain to sunshine, we experience weather every
day. Work with a partner or small group and list how many alliterative phrases you can come up with
using the alphabet!
Alliteration - Identify which first consonant sounds are repeated
in the sentence by writing the letter in the space provided, then
highlight the words that contain those first consonant sounds.
Perfect - Try putting those sayings in your own words-be sure
to include as much as alliteration as possible.
Family - Be sure to show how all of the following family members
aren't good at remembering what they need for the beach, and don't
FORGET to use alliteration!
Tell Me What
It's Like - Take a look at the items below. You are given just
a few words that tells you what something is in a very plain way.
A Tasty Thanksgiving
- Using alliteration, write the most tantalizing, scrumptious sounding
descriptions of each piece of the meal in the spaces provided.
Around The World - Now try and see if you can find the alliteration
in the sentences below, highlighting or underling the same way as
in the previous exercise.
The Four Seasons
- For each of the seasons listed below, brainstorm as many words
and phrases as you can that belong to that season that begin with
the assigned letter.
- You will be the editor, or the person who makes changes to the