The answers to this puzzle are cross-referenced pairs of homophones beginning with U, V, W or Y. In parentheses after each clue is the clue number of that homophone's cross-reference. For example, clue 17 Across and clue 3 Down are homophones. Clue 17 Across reads like this: WORN THIN BY USE (3D). Clue 3 Down reads like this: TO ALERT TO DANGER (17A). The answer to 17A is WORN; the answer to 3D is WARN--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 learning homophones!
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