Homophones and homagraphes
To, Too, Two
I would love to go to the mall.
I have two fluffy stuffed animals.
I have too much stuff in my room.
My brother loves to swim in the sea.
I see a whale.
Buy, Bye, By
I will buy a bike for my little brothers birthday.
I screamed, “Bye!” to my dad when I was leaving for vacation.
I will drive by my grandma’s house.
The people were walking on the high wire.
I walked by my friend and said, “Hi!”
My tea burned my mouth.
The tee at the golf section of the country club snapped in half.
My sister’s friend memorized five hundred digits of pi.
For dessert, my brother ate cherry pie.
Marcus has a dog with gigantic paws.
My mom will pause the television when she eats.
There, Their, They’re
I saw a weird fish over there.
Their mother was the pilot.
They’re so mean.
You’re such a great person.
Your mom was my teacher.
It’s such a sunny day.
I sat on the table, and its leg broke off.
I wish to desert my bad wifi.
My mom visited the desert in Arizona for her birthday.
I will present my report on Monday.
I bought Lily a present for Christmas.
I dove into the pool.
My aunt bought a dove for her wedding.
My brother threatened to tear my shirt.
I poured a drop of the juice the size of a tear.
My sister set a bow on top of the present.
After the play, the group made a dramatic bow together.
My brother ran out of lead for his pencil.
I will lead the play.
My brother will close the door.
It was a close game.
Words that are different in meaning and spelling, but sound the same.
Words that are spelled the same, pronounced different and mean different things.