Margaret Mahy’s stories and poems are full of alliteration. Have a hunt for some and see how she does it!
1. When you write a poem you can collect words that start with the same sound and huddle them together:
The pink pepper pot is hot
2. You can have different huddles:
The pink pepper pot is hotter than sizzling sausages,
ferocious fires and the black sand in summer.
3. Or you can sprinkle your alliteration through your poem:
My dog loves to dash and dart
at the beach on the sand,
but she does not dare go in the water
because she dog paddles like a duck.
Give it a go! Send me a poem if you like. Don’t forget your name, age, name of school and the name of the challenge (alliteration) firstname.lastname@example.org