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For spelling we will be looking at 'homophones' which are words that sound the same but have a different spelling and a different meaning. Some examples of homophones are: be and bee, sea and see, which and witch, flour and flower. I really enjoying learning about homophones! Sometimes drawing a picture under the word helps you understand the different meanings for the words. Below is the powerpoint and the activities to follow. 

Lesson Presentation Homophones.mp4

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