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Hair Here Hare: Download free worksheets to learn homophones

Same sound English words Hair Here Hare can be made easy with these free worksheets. Learn meaning and trace these homophones while having fun.

Meanings of the words Hair Here Hare

Here are the meanings of the words Hair Here Hare, with examples in sentences.

Hair – fine threadlike strands growing out of skin

e.g. The boy had a lot of hair on his head, arms and legs.

Here – near position

e.g. Please bring that box over here next to me.

Hare – animal

e.g. A hare is distinguished from a rabbit with its larger size, longer ears, and longer hind legs.

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Knowing the difference between Hair Here Hare can help people to be better at writing the English language. Learning to spell these words with these worksheets can be used in many learning environments. Teach Hair Here Hare homophones to:

  • Pre-schoolers learning to read
  • Older children learning to spell or in a reading intervention programme
  • Adults in a reading improvement class
  • Speakers of a foreign language learning English as a second language

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