To, Too, Two Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.2.2.C and L.4.1.G

Core Standard

Those crazy homophones just complicate the English language is what most people think. Homophones in writing allow us to specific exactly which meaning we are using for the word. "Two" is the numeral form of the word. "Too" is meant to assert something that is either extreme or in addition to. That can be really confusing, a form of a homophone that has multiple meanings. "To" is meant to express a form of navigation or until. These worksheets will help students master the use of these perplexing homophones.









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