A condensed format of the lesson bearing the same title. A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning.
1. Blasting Off with Homophones
Your and You're Your — a possessive pronoun that shows + Your homework needs to be turned into the tray. You're — a contraction for “you are” + You're going to need to study for your Science test.
There, Their, and They’re There — a preposition that telling where something is + Please lay the bananas over there on the table. Their — a possessive pronoun that shows + After playing in the mud, their clothes were filthy. They’re — a contraction for “they are” + They’re going to start a band.
To, Two, and Too To — a preposition that tell direction and comes before a noun or a verb. + The man needs to park his car better. + She is going to the airport. Two — a word form for the number 2 + There were two hamburgers left after dinner. Too — a synonym for “also” + He wants to get an A on his spelling test, too.
Its and It’s Its - a possessive pronoun that shows ownership + The toy will need its batteries changed after two It’s — a contraction for it is + It’s supposed to snow today. + (It is) supposed to snow today.