Homophones, homographs and homonyms

TNSM 4th grader Milo was eager to work on an extension that is offered to students who are caught up on their work. Milo chose to lay out and record Long I Homophone work. Homophones are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently and have different meanings like new and knew. After homophone work comes homonyms (same word but different meanings like the words bank and bank) and homographs (same word but pronounced differently like bow and bow).  

We can’t wait for you to “present” your work to your teachers as a little  “present” to yourself for all your hard work!

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