Review homophones ate eight; acts ax; their there they're; to too two; bored board; than then; it's its; hole whole; pail pale; poor pour; wait weight; and more
using the context of this classic tale of friendship. All items are original and derive from the story. These worksheets provide for discussion of the story while at the same time focusing on writing skills.
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to see a sample of the worksheets as well as an outline which provides a complete list of all homophones . Worksheets are provided in two formats, one at a higher level which requires students to select homophones from a box. Worksheets include quotes from the story which highlight a homophone.
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before purchasing so that you choose exactly what you need for your students. Homophone review is also included in Charlotte's Web: Novel Work for 2nd Grade, Charlotte's Web: Novel Work for 3rd Grade, R-E-A-D Worksheets, and Daily Language Review Task Cards. The format in each product is slightly different, as are the homophones chosen to be reviewed, so that they target different levels. Choose carefully!
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