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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Alphabet Alliteration Poetry

We have been working on learning many different kinds of poems this week, and today we focused on Alphabet Alliteration poems. We learned that an alliteration means two or more words that start with the same sound or letter. I snapped a few pictures of some of the poems this kids jotted down. These poems are meant to be silly - I hope you will like them! I think they are pretty cute! :)

Rock on writers,
Mrs. Delzer

Crazy Carl can't cook chips.

Delzer digs dogs. Pigs pop plum pies. People play pictionary. It's true, I do dig dogs! :)

Dudley Delzer doesn't drive during December.

Madi Mae makes monkeys.

Matty Mattin missed Mrs. Marolt.

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