The answers to this puzzle are pairs of homophones beginning with D, E, or F. In parentheses after each clue is the clue number of that homophone's partner. For example, the number after 7 Across "Moisture on grass" is (12D). The number after 12 Down "Ready to be turned in or paid" is (7A). This means that 7 Across and 12 Down are homophones. The answer to 7 Across is dew, and the answer to 12 Down is due--homophones! Students won't know all the answers, but they can use one homophone to help solve the other. A fun spelling workout and a very unique approach to homophones!
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