Saying tongue twisters is sure to make kids laugh. Writing and sharing them with friends is even more fun.
What You Need: drawing paper & pencils
Play to Write!
To get started write a sentence using as many words as possible beginning with the same letter.
Here are some examples.
Arrange the words into a pleasing order. It is fun when the words go together to make a silly situation.
Read your sentences quickly five times in a row. Did any tangle your tongue? If so, you just made a tongue twister!
Illustrate your best tongue twister and staple the pages together into a book to share with friends and family.
Riddles are fun to write and create, especially animal riddles for Valentine’s Day.
What You Need: scrap paper, glue, scissors, thesaurus (print or online- not essential))
A valentine dear to the heart!
Play! 1. Cut out lots of different sizes, shapes, and colors of hearts.
2. Arrange hearts into animal shapes and glue onto a white piece of paper.
3. Next, write your riddle or riddle poem (see Write About It) and place on the paper next to your Valentine animal.
4. You can also make these into clever cards. Put the riddle on the outside and open the card to find the Valentine animal inside.
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