First, we read the poem a couple of times, listening and marking the alliteration in it.
Next, we brainstormed some of our own alliteration ice cream flavors. We did some that sounded good and some that might fit into Bleezer's Ice Cream shop. Each students wrote down three different flavors and check to make sure the alliteration was correct with a partner.
Our final step was to make a wall display of all of our ice cream flavors. We did our display in the form of a giant ice cream cone with many scoops. Each scoop was a different flavor. We had many classes walk by reading our ice cream flavors and think they were very funny.
My students loved this simple activity and understood what alliteration is. They would often point it out in other poems and stories we would read together.
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2. My Funky Fact Board
I appologize for the quality of this picture...they are from the beginning of the year and we are on spring break so I am not able to get better pictures. This is a simple bulletin board I won a few years ago. It has funky facts that the students find funny and interesting. Some of them have even tied in with my cirriculum.
Did you know...an elephants tooth can weigh up to 12 pounds!
3. My Science Tables
I am sorry I do not have a picture of these. I have four extra science tables in my classroom with chairs and stools around them. I love bringing the whole class around for a science demonstration or spreading them out to work with partners or small groups. One day a week we combine both fifth grades and the tables make it great for all the students to have a work space.