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Choose the Correct Homophone
Pail/pale, doe/dough, for/four. Here's a four-worksheet packet that lets kids practice identifying the correct homophone to use in the context provided by sentences.
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- Use all four worksheets at one time or separate them into four different skills practice sessions
- The worksheet stresses that it is the context that signals the correct homophone to use
- No answer sheet is provided
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