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An Amazing Art Alliteration Lesson Third Grade. Maura Keasey. Introduction. Lesson teaches students about alliteration This lesson is important because it: Allows students to explore the dictionary and thesaurus Excellent way to explore phonics

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introduction
Introduction
  • Lesson teaches students about alliteration
  • This lesson is important because it:
    • Allows students to explore the dictionary and thesaurus
    • Excellent way to explore phonics
    • Adds poetic elements to ones written descriptions
  • Lesson is designed for 3rd grade students
materials
Materials
  • Alliteration Lesson
    • Tongue twisters
    • Dictionary
    • Thesaurus
  • Art Project
    • Construction paper
    • Glue
    • Scissors
    • Coloring tools
    • Felts/ribbons/glitter etc.
slide4
SILLY SALLY SWIFTLY SHOOED SEVEN SILLY SHEEP.

THE SEVEN SILLY SHEEP SILLY SALLY SHOOED SHILLY-SHALLIED SOUTH.

THESE SHEEP SHOULDN’T SLEEP IN A SHAKE;

SHEEP SHOULD SLEEP IN A SHED.

slide5

PETER PIPER PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS

A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS PETER PIPER PICKED

IF PETER PIPER PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS

HOW MANY PICKLED PEPPERS DID PETER PIPER PICK?

alliteration
Alliteration
  • The repetition of initial consonant sounds of a word in one or more closely followed words.
  • Does not necessarily have to start with the same letter!
    • Ex. The cool cat carried a kite constantly.
art activity
Art Activity!
  • Think of a delicious desert to design!
  • Using the materials found on the table create a story or picture with dessert as your inspiration.
  • Then on a separate piece of construction paper write an alliteration to describe your picture!

BE CREATIVE! THINK SWEET!

modifications
Modifications
  • For special needs students that have trouble with fine motor skills, these students could verbalize their sentence to the teacher or work with a partner that does not have that specific disability to help create the picture/sentence. Since various materials will be offered students with fine motor disabilities could use the materials that are best fit for them.
  • For blind students this activity could be more aural. They could record silly alliterations and perhaps add sound effects to enhance their sentence instead of a picture.
  • For gifted students they could write an entire tongue twister dealing with their pictures. They could also take their tongue twisters and perhaps make a song out of it.
references
References

Lesson Idea:

  • http://www.writingfix.com/classroom_tools/Art_Writing/Pasta_Alliteration1.htm

Alliteration Lesson:

  • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/about-alliteration-responding-literature-825.html
  • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/alliteration-around-849.html?tab=4#tabs

Tongue Twisters:

  • http://thinks.com/words/tonguetwisters.htm

Books To Teach Alliteration:

  • http://www.consultpivotal.com/alliteration.htm