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Alliteration KS2 SPaG Worksheets

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These bright, appealing grammar worksheets are a great help for practising and revising the use of alliteration in KS2. There are three worksheets in total, covering the following five sections – ‘understand’, ‘challenge’, ‘test’, ‘explain’ and ‘apply’.

  • Understand

    Students identify alliteration examples in a short passage of text.

  • Explain

    ‘Explain, using your words, what alliteration is. Create an example to explain your definition.’

  • Test

    Students underline alliterative words within five sentences, complete three sentences in a way that adds alliteration and identify how alliteration has been used within a single sentence.

  • Challenge

    Students create sentences that contain alliterative phrases in response to two image prompts.

  • Apply

    Prompted by an image of a street scene, students are tasked with descriptive passage that employs alliteration to highlight their feelings

  • What is alliteration?

    Alliteration occurs when different words that start with the same sound are used together

    • Plump pillow
    • Heavy hammer
    • Tasty toffee
    • Slippery slide

    National Curriculum English programme of study links

    Pupils should continue to add to their knowledge of linguistic terms, including those to describe grammar, so that they can discuss their writing and reading. (non-statutory guidance)

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