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Homophones - Two, Too & To Poster

Homophones - Two, Too & To Poster
Product Description
They’re easy to mix up, so use this poster as a visual reminder for your students about which two, too and to should be used and when.
What’s the difference between two, too and to?
Two is a number also represented as 2. An example would be “The fox has two ears”.
Too can mean ‘in excess’ or ‘also’. An example would be “I ate too much”.
To Is used for everything else! An example would be “I love to swim”.
Print it out nice and large and laminate it as a poster in your room, or stick one on each desk with contact.
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1 page
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