What is the difference between "their," "there," and "they're"? Punch up the decor and academic proficiency in your classroom with these eye-catching Homophone Word Wall Cards. Product addresses (40) commonly confused homophones that are often seen on standardized tests, such as your/you're, to/too/two, you're/your, and many more. Each card provides an example of how the homophone is used to help prompt students and provide grammatical support.
Word Walls are a high-yield strategy that create a print-rich environment for students, which is a critical support component of literacy. Perfect for encouraging active student participation and engagement throughout the year!
Tip: Laminate the word wall cards, and they will last for years!
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