Awesome alliteration PLUS crazy competition!

Now this: a new post for Holly’s Fun Corner! And a clue to it is in the title!
Alliteration is very fun. You can make all kinds of whacky ideas up with words.

Like ‘mushroom’. It is extremely funny as a word!

Alliteration means a group of words that all begin with the same letter. Here’s an example:

‘A mighty, mushy mushroom.’

That alliteration sentence makes sense. It is about a mushroom.

I am now about to make one up that doesn’t make sense in alliteration:

‘A Micky Mouse mitchy mushroom.’

That one did not make sense.

Sometimes I wish I could do alliteration all day. It is a fun activity that gives you the giggles.

But I want to hear some of your ideas. All you need to do is write them down and send them to us for the Alliteration Competition.

Prize: a special present from Oxford!!!

Send us a sentence with your best alliteration – it can be about anything you like and it doesn’t have to make sense, as long as it includes alliteration.

Entry Rules:

  • For children aged 4 to 12.
  • Please post your entry onto the Childtastic Books blog  in the Comments Box.
  • Include your first name and age.
  • The competition is open until Friday 3 August 2012.
  • We will announce the winner the following week and post the name and entry on the site.

 

 

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. “Robbie Radish rode a running regal rhinoceros.” Sarah Hope, 6, Ottawa, Canada

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    1. Wow Sarah, that is an excellent alliteration sentence. That is our first reply, thank you. Holly

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      1. We love alliteration! By the way, being from abroad, we don’t expect to be considered for the official contest (postage being too expensive!).

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      2. You will absolutely be considered for the prize! We don’t mind posting abroad. 🙂

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