A is for alliteration
Alliteration repeats the same sound at the beginning of words close enough to produce a kind of rhyming effect. Usually, an alliteration features consonants rather than vowels, but with a little creativity, you can create an alliteration for a vowel.
Practise alliterative sentences to strengthen your reading skills. The fun is to see how fast you can go. Here is an example:
An aardvark ate ants, on an African afternoon.