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Two, Too Many To's

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Homophones are words that are pronounced the same but have a different meaning, derivation, or spelling. In this lesson, students will learn to use the homophones 'to,' 'two,' and 'too' correctly in a sentence.

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grammar, homophones, reading
mhall Posted by: mhall

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Great Concept

This worked really well as a mini lesson for my writer's workshop. I pulled names and had the kids say which 'to' should fill in the blank on the final page. I think I am going to copy this format with the their/there/they're homophones as well. Thanks!

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    Oct. 11, 2010
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