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Grammar - Homonyms: words that Sound the Same, but Spelled Differently - There are so many memory-tricks - Learn them.

And here are the lesser-known editing symbols, as drawn by (and according to) Brian Klems • via Writer's Digest

Certainly an interesting twist on this. I could see it really helping some kids to remember the difference!

For writers - THANK YOU! I've been looking for something like this! Cut done for use for younger grades.

Common Rules for Capital Letter Usage

12 most misunderstood words in English (too bad "random" isn't on the list)

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These are really simple, but "fewer v less" is a pet peeve, so...Infographic: Simple writing mistakes explained