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January 09, 2014
Use Alliteration to Describe Feelings

Promote sound-device recognition and enhance vocabulary when you prompt your child to express himself or herself using alliteration with his or her own name. For example, “Parched Patrick,” “Exhausted Eric,” or “Motivated Meg.” Ask your child at various times throughout the day how she feels and have her respond with an appropriate adjective that is respective to her name.

 
 

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