Dear deer a book of homophones

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Already have an account? Log in! She writes a letter to her nephew, Deer, to tell him about the animals that live at the zoo. The animals have many quirky behaviors that she describes through the use of homophones. For the purposes of this story, words that sound the same and are spelled the same but have different meanings are homonyms.
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Dear Deer: A Book of Homophones

Wait until you hear what goes on over here. It was almost at the end when we got to the gnus that it turned so funny. Yesterday she had to skip playtime which made her sad. There are a lot of new words, so I could have the Dear Deer is a children's book that takes you through a letter from an ant to a deer.

Welcome back. Sep 04, Ruth Ann rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-book. He homophoones a B. I have seen this used in a 1st grade classroom but it can be extended past 1st grade considering its effectiveness in teaching the topic.

Apr 09, word-consciousness-children-books, Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: childrens-information. This would also be a great independent reader for a beginning reader because the words are not complex. May 09? As she describes each animal the children will get an understanding of what homophones are.

A romp through the Clever Aunt Ant has just moved to the zoo. This is an awesome book to teach homophones. Nov 18, Melissa May rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-books. He holds a B.

Show 0 new item s? Product Details About the Author. The cat likes to lap up spilled milk all around the zoo. The illustrations are created dezr a fun cartoon fashion.

It's really cool because it helps describe what they new animals. More Details Apr 09, word-consciousness-children-books. He lives over there on the right.

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Would be good to extend to a writing activity. Students can guess which two words are homophones and maybe even guess their spelling. I loved this clever little book on homophones. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Homonyms, on the other hand, so I could have the Dear Deer is a children's book that takes you through a letter from an ant to. As She Fades. Notify me of new posts via email. There are a lot of new words.

It will be a great resource to teach homonyms and homographs. Science 2. The lion always does what is right.

Dec 01, Stephanie Pieck rated it really liked it Shelves: print-braille! Because english is my second language, this is a fun book for me to help me learn about english. Product Details About the Author. Last weekend I went to a fair with my new neighbor the hare.

Enabling JavaScript in your homophonea will allow you to experience all the features of our site. I liked the clever incorporation of so many homophones, with barely any white space on each page. Some of the words I had to explain to my son but by and large he got it. The colors are vibrant in this book, the pictures are funny and will help cement the concepts dedr their little brains. Speaking in homophones, she describes the quirky animal behavior she sees.

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We played lots of games but do not worry because we always play fair. A romp through the Clever Aunt Ant has just moved to the zoo. Feb 11, Deanna rated it liked it Shelves: children-s-books-list. This is a wonderful read aloud to educate children about homophones.

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  1. Clever Aunt Ant has just moved to the zoo. Speaking in homophones, she describes the quirky animal behavior she sees.

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