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How to Write a Tongue Twister

For Students 3rd - 8th Standards
Betty Botter and Theophilus Thistle provide models for willy writers to wrestle words into tricky tongue twisters. 
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Alliteration and Tongue Twisters

For Students 2nd - 3rd Standards
Did she sell seashells by the seashore, or did Bill buy berries by the ballpark? Practice literary skills with an activity based on famous tongue twisters. Kids replace the nouns, verb, and adjectives in two phrases to create a new...
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Alliteration All Around

For Teachers 3rd - 5th Standards
Discover alliteration found in picture books by Pamela Duncan Edwards. Then, dive into a read aloud of Alligators All Around by Maurice Sendak. This practice sets the stage for budding poets to create their own acrostic poem, write an...
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Tom's Tempting Tongue Twister Truly Tangled My Tongue

For Teachers 3rd - 12th
Learners explore what makes a good tongue twister. They identify parts of speech in different tongue twisters and create a tongue twister that truly tangles the tongue.
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Tongue Twisters

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students familiarize themselves with the concept of tongue twisters. They can either create them directly on the computer or prepare them in class. Students explain what a tongue twister is and how it helps to develop language skills.
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Tongue Twisters

For Teachers K - 1st
Young readers practice their letter sounds by engaging with this language arts PowerPoint. Six letters are used: p, l, s, w, c, and d. Pupils learn tongue twisters for each letter such as: "Wiggly worm wiggles in the water." Very nice!
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Language: Has the Cat Got Your Tongue?

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Use funny tongue twisters to entice your young learners! They'll love this game where they   face off against members of the other team and recite tongue twisters. Who will win this enunciation and pronunciation competition! 
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Test Your Speaking Skills-- Tongue Twisters

For Students 3rd - 4th
In this language and speech activity, students learn to articulate similar sounds by pronouncing tongue twisters. There are 32 to try and are organized by the beginning letter.
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Tongue Twister

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students explore mathematics by completing a pattern activity. In this data plotting lesson, students read tongue twisters and record the amount of time individual riddles take to speak. Students utilize their time data to create scatter...
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Fox Socks

For Students Pre-K - 2nd Standards
Follow up a reading of Fox Socks by Dr. Seuss with a series of five activities created to reinforce English language arts and life skills. Scholars read and match words, read and create tongue twisters, fold socks, and sew a puppet. 
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Tongue Twisters

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Students identify and write tongue twisters. They are to create their own tongue twister and have their peers edit them.
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Tongue Twisters

For Teachers 2nd
Second graders read the poem, "Betty Botter" and give their opinion of it. They discover what a tongue twister is and read the poem out loud together. Then as a class they read "Peter Piper" and discuss the similarities of the two poems.
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Phoneme Tongue Twisters

For Teachers Pre-K
Students play with tongue twisters. In this phoneme lesson students investigate phonemes through tongue twisters. The students watch a slide-show hyperlinked to the Library of Congress that gives more information about the primary source...
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ALLITERATIONS (TONGUE TWISTERS) TO READ ALOUD

For Students 4th - 7th
In this alliterations activity sheet, students are given 11 tongue twisters (alliterations) to read aloud. These are divided into "easy to reads" and "more advanced". This is a good phonemic awareness activity for native English...
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Language Play

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
Can you say it 10 times fast? Tongue twisters are a fun way to practice reading fluency. Learners read five common twisters, then make up one of their own! Discuss why some words and phrases are difficult to say quickly, and be sure to...
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E-e-e-e-eh... What Did You Say?

For Teachers K - 1st
Learners examine the letter 'e'. Through instruction and modeling they explore the short /e/ sound and recite short /e/ tongue twisters. They use letterboxes to write 'e' words and identify the short /e/ sound in passages read to them.
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Tongue Twisters

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders complete a work sheet of well-known tongue twisters that is not included in the lesson. They memorize and recall the tongue twisters. They write original tongue twisters.
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Arctic Alliterations

For Students 2nd - 3rd
In this poetry worksheet, students read a description of an alliteration with an example. Students practice writing alliterations with the help of a dictionary and illustrate one of their tongue twisters.
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Tongue Twisters

For Students 4th - 6th
In this oral language worksheet set, students practice saying 16 tongue twisters. They recite the short poems that highlight the sound of different letters of the alphabet. There are no questions related to this worksheet.
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ABC Book of Tongue Twisters

For Teachers K - 8th
Students construct sentences using alliteration. In this phonemic awareness lesson, students listen to a read aloud such as Some Smug Slug and identify alliteration. Students write their own sentences using alliteration.
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Tongue Twister Plan

For Students 3rd - 4th
In this grammar activity, students create tongue twisters by filling in the verbs, adjectives, and nouns to create tongue twisters. Students complete the graphic organizer for the activity.
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Alliteration

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Students explore alliteration and tongue twisters. They read and discuss alliteration examples, select and illustrate ten tongue twisters, and write original tongue twisters.
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A Day A Day!

For Teachers 1st - 2nd
Learners explore the long /A/ sound as it is used in 'a_e', 'ay', and 'ai' words. They recite a long /A/ tongue twister and use letterboxes to practice spelling 'a_e', 'ay', and 'ai' words. In groups, they read a book with several long...
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Ohhhh Me, Ohhhhh My!

For Teachers K - 2nd
Pupils practice identifying phonemes and recognizing letters in written words to become fluent readers. They study the phoneme /O/ in the tongue twister, "Oh No, my Nose needs an operation in October." Each student also interacts with...

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