Eight poems full of sounds and tongue twisters for students to perform in small groups.

Use this collection of poems full of sounds to help students develop articulation, projection and inflection skills. The poems have parts for 2-4 actors each, so students can practice and give each other feedback in small groups.

Example of a noisy poem:

Weather
(Three players)

Player One
Dot a dot dot a dot dot
Spotting the window pane
Spack a spack speck flick a flack fleck
Freckling the window pane

Player Two
A spatter a scatter a wet cat a clatter
A splatter a rumble outside
Umbrella umbrella umbrella umbrella
Bumbershoot barrel of rain.

Player Three
Slosh a galosh slosh a galosh
Slither and slather and glide
A puddle a jump a puddle a jump
A puddle a jump puddle splosh
A juddle a pump aluddle a dump a
Puddmuddle jump in and slide!

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