3rd Grade Lesson 2 Spelling Words

3rd Grade Lesson 2 Spelling Words

4th Grade Lesson 5 Spelling Words Homophones Homophones Homophones are words that sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Use spelling and context clues to figure out

which meaning of the word is being used when you read or hear a homophone. see sea - weight/wait Your weight is how many pounds you weigh. No one likes to

wait in a long line. heard/herd I finally heard what you said when you spoke loud enough. A big group of sheep, cows or many other animals is called a herd.

days/daze There are 7 days in a week. Sometimes when you first wake up, you feel like you are in a daze and you dont know whats going on.

heal/heel When you break your leg, a cast will help it heal. Your heel is the back part of your foot. peek/peak

A peek is a quick and usually sneaky look at something. The peak of a mountain is the very top of it. sent/cent/scent

She sent a package to her family in another state. A penny is one cent. The scent of the flower was wonderful! feet/feat People have two feet.

Landing this plane safely in a river was a great feat! Most pilots couldnt do it. vain/vane/vein Someone who is vain is always looking in the mirror and is

always worried about how they look. A weather vane tells you which direction the wind is blowing. A vein is something in your body that helps move your blood around.

miner/minor A miner is someone who works in a mine. You are a minor until your are 18 years old, then you are an adult. raise/raze/rays

When you are in class, you need to raise your hand before answering. When you raze a building, your knock it down and destroy it. The suns rays feel nice and warm when they reach you.

principal/principle The school principal is in charge of the school. Asking before you take something is an important principle.

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