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Published on November 5, 2007

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Homophones:  Homophones By Vicky Walkup 3rd grade L.A. Goal 5.05 The learner will apply grammar and language conventions to communicate effectively, using a number of strategies for spelling. Homophones are words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings.:  Homophones are words that sound alike but have different spellings and meanings. For example, there is a pear that is good to eat. I use a pair of gloves because I have two hands. Pay attention to see how the following homophones are spelled. week weak:  week weak There are 7 days in a week. She has been sick and is still weak. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday they’re there their:  they’re there their They’re going to be last if they don’t hurry. The books are right there. Halloween is their favorite holiday. tale tail:  tale tail I love the fairy tale, “Cinderella.” The fox has a bushy tail. hole whole:  hole whole The golf ball went in the hole. I ate the whole pizza! hour our:  hour our There are 60 minutes in an hour. Our class is going to the museum. through threw:  through threw We are swimming through the water. She threw the ball to her brother. for four:  for four What do you want for lunch? I see four apples. ate eight:  ate eight I can’t believe I ate the whole thing! There are eight cars in the parking lot. so sew:  so sew He runs so fast! Will you please sew on the button. see sea:  see sea Do you see the teacher? The ship travels on the sea. flour flower:  flour flower I use flour to make cookies. I put the flower in the vase. two too to:  two too to The baby has two new teeth. I have too much homework! Astronauts went to the moon. Can you find ate or nine misteaks in these sentences?:  Can you find ate or nine misteaks in these sentences? I will chews to take the advice. Please weight for me. The son is very bright today. What is the mane idea? I knead a knew pear of shoes. Make a list of the incorrectly spelled words on a sheet of paper. Write them correctly. Slide16:  eight mistakes choose wait sun main need new pair You’re a homophone expert!

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