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"Pair of Pears" cute homophones.

Great idea! Add as many pictures as you can...maybe the kids can draw some pictures about the meaning of the idiom to put around the main poster.

Teaching homophones can be as frustrating as learning them! Even adults confuse them all the time. This 40 task card resource will help your students practice homophones not only with task cards, but with worksheets, a quiz and a game. Four sets of the most missed homophones are included in this resource (there, their, they're, for, four, your, you're, to, too, two). Sentences are simple and easy to read, which allows even struggling readers to focus on the task at hand. $


Homophone worksheet that each child creates and then we make into a "homophone book".

This file includes 33 pairs of abbreviations and matching words to reinforce how abbreviations are written. Great for centers and workstations whe...

I love this book! Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones by Gene Barreta. Click on the picture to see samples of pages inside the book!