Writing Prompt: Alliterative Paragraphs

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Writing Prompt: Alliterative Paragraphs

Writing prompt Alliteration is repetition of a leading vowel or consonant sound in a phrase. For example: "Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers."

Choose a letter/sound from the alphabet and write a paragraph using as many words beginning with that sound as you can.

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