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Winter Alliteration Worksheets

By: Quail Trail Products

Learners in grade 2, grade 3, or grade 4 will enjoy this winter-themed grammar activity. In the three pages, they’ll explore alliteration and write silly sentences using the words provided.

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This 3-part alliteration activity is sure to engage your learners in grade 2, grade 3, or grade 4. These activities can span over a 3-day period and be easily integrated into your English/Language Arts curriculum. The best part is that all 3 worksheets are print and go. As your learners work their way through each worksheet, they will practice both grammar and writing skills presented in the most current ELA standards. Use this activity in whole group instruction, small group settings, or as individual assignments. The final writing piece can also be used to display Wintertime writing and art in your educational environment. Along with the worksheets, an answer key is also provided.

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WORKSHEET 1: learners will draw lines between the provided words to create alliterative sentences with a Wintertime theme.

WORKSHEET 2: learners will write the alliterative sentences from worksheet 1 in the space provided. A total of 7 sentences will be written.

WORKSHEET 3: learners will choose their favorite alliterative sentence from worksheet 2, write it on the lines provided, and illustrate the sentence in the space provided.

ANSWER KEY

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Winter Alliteration Worksheets