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Poetry Challenge

29 Jun

After our great tongue twister writing in class I thought I’d challenge you to come up with a tongue twister about cats with loads of alliteration in it.  Remember the helpful structure we used of adjective, subject, verb, and then extending the sentence using the same sound as much as possible.  Have a go for yourself and record your attempts as comments to this post.

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Posted by on June 29, 2007 in Literacy

 

One response to “Poetry Challenge

  1. pupil

    June 30, 2007 at 3:49 pm

    A crazy cat curled in the comfortable cushions.
    A confused cat carried a curly caterpillar
    by Abigail

    Constance the carefree cat contentedly contemplated a complicated coffee confectionary, considering coffee contemptible. Constance concluded catergorically that considerable comfort could come consequentially from consuming the complicated coffee confectionary.
    by mummy

     

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