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Working With Words “air” sound contractions compound words homophones
This week’s WWW are… wear everybody wouldn’t don’t no
Put this week’s WWW in ABC order… don’t everybody no wear wouldn’t
Which of this week’s WWW are contractions? wouldn’t and don’t What is a contraction? A contraction is formed when two words are put together and some letters are replaced by an apostrophe.
What words make up these contractions? wouldn’t would and not don’t do and not won’t will and not didn’t did and not can’t can and not http://www.quia.com/mc/65605.html
What vowel sound do you hear in the word wear? It sounds like “air” What vowel combinations make this sound? ere air ear
What are some other words that sound like wear, but may be spelled with a different vowel pattern? where there fair share care dare stairs
Which of this week’s WWW is a compound word? everybody What is a compound word? A compound word is formed when two words are put together to make a longer word.
What two words make up this week’s compound word? every and body http://www.gaston.k12.nc.us/resources/teachers/ppt/Language% 20Arts%20Pages/Fun%20With%20Compound%20Words. ppt#256,1,Slide 1
Which of this week’s WWW are homophones? wear no What is the homophone pair for wear? where What is the homophone pair for no? know
Put the correct homophone in each sentence. Do you (know/no) the answer to her question? I need to (wear/where) warm clothes tomorrow. Tell your mom (wear/where) you are going after school. I have (know/no) reason to be upset with you. You need to (wear/where) your coat outside. Tell me if you (know/no) her or not.
Try this homophone game… http://www.quia.com/cc/66106.html
NICE JOB! Where will you go now that you know all the answers?