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    'We can spot homophones' - a pair of homophones and an accompanying sentence one each side of the glasses. Cute!

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    • Janet Taylor

      FREE PDF pattern for "We can spot homophones" bulletin board idea - a pair of homophones written one on each side of the glasses. I may may use them for CLOSE reading board citing evidence.

    • Angie Tetz

      Homophones! Write one in one frame with a sentence and the other in the other frame with a sentence.

    • Megan Fletcher

      A Love for Teaching: Homophones. Has a link for the glasses template.

    • Kristin Tonkovich

      " I can spot homophones" - achievement board idea!

    • Jamie Axe

      A Love for Teaching: Homophones

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