Alliteration is simply the repetition of words beginning with the same letter/sound.
Its hold on our senses begins as soon as we are made aware of language in childhood, with rhymes such as ‘Sing a Song of Sixpences’ and ‘A ring, a ring o’ roses’. Plus a host of alliterating characters from ‘Little Boy Blue’ to ‘Wee Willie Winkle’.
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Superstitions are strange things that you either laugh at or wholeheartedly believe in.
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Poetry is an important aspect of literacy in the national curriculum.
Children should explore different types of poetry and revisit them regularly through the school year.
They should be exposed to a wide range of good quality poems so that they can read, recite, share and enjoy them.
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