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HOMONYMS YOU MIGHT WANT TO USE: are/our, their/they’re/there, witch/which, pee/pea, but/butt, eye/I, see/sea, bare/bear, mussel/muscle, prey/pray, principal/principle, boy/buoy, rose/rows, read/reed/Reid, right/write, flea/flee, role/roll, flower/flour, sale/sail, soar/sore, tail/tale, wod/would, lessen/lesson, knew/new, knight/night, knot/not, hour/our, heard/herd AND SO MANY MORE!!!!! (Short) EXAMPLE: Once upon a time a bare bear walked through the woods. He was told by a knight, just last night, that he was destined for adventure. He walked through a rows that smelled like rose, and even had to flee a flea, while hoping it was nothing to do with the boy at the buoy!

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Homonym 10 Minute Writing Challenge

Yesterday we had a homonym relay as part of our Spelling Showdown. Today, show what you know by writing a FREE CHOICE piece, using as many HOMONYMS as you can! *I am looking to see what you are able to accomplish in 10 minutes! Use your time well!* You may want to write: -a poem -riddles -silly sentences -a story -a song CHECK OUT THE ATTACHED EXAMPLE!! Some homonyms you might want to use are INCLUDED with it! **Remember, homonyms are words that sound the same, but their spelling and meaning are different. Make sure you know what each word means! And, check your spelling!**

4th Grade, English Language Arts
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