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Skill ­ Homophones

Name: _________________________

Homophones

Homophones are words that sound the same. They have different spellings and different meanings. Examples: I will write my name. She ate a pear for lunch. I bought a pair of shoes. Turn right at this street. Directions: Circle the sentence that goes with the picture.

1. The mouse one the race. The mouse won the race. 3. I saw a be buzzing around. I saw a bee buzzing around. 5. There is an aunt in the tunnel. There is an ant in the tunnel.

Grade 2 - Language

2. Turn right at the next road. Turn write at the next road. 4. He threw the blew ball. He threw the blue ball. 6. I hear the bell ringing. I here the bell ringing.

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Skill ­ Homophones

Name: _________________________

Homophones

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Homophones are words that sound the same. They have different spellings and different meanings. She ate a pear for lunch. Examples: I will write my name. I bought a pair of shoes. Turn right at this street. Directions: Circle the sentence that goes with the picture.

1. The mouse one the race. The mouse won the race. 3. I saw a be buzzing around. I saw a bee buzzing around. 5. There is an aunt in the tunnel. There is an ant in the tunnel.

Grade 2 - Language

2. Turn right at the next road. Turn write at the next road. 4. He threw the blew ball. He threw the blue ball. 6. I hear the bell ringing. I here the bell ringing.

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