Telling the difference between the homophones Pair Pear Peer Pier can be made easy with these free worksheets. Learn and trace these same sound English words while having fun.
Meanings of the words Pair Pear Peer Pier
Here are the meanings of the words Pair Pear Peer Pier, with examples in sentences.
Pair – a set of two things used together
e.g. She wore a black pair of shoes on her feet.
Pear – a fruit
e.g. My lunch box has a red apple, a green pear,and a bunch of purple grapes.
Peer – 1. someone at your level 2. look with concentration
e.g. 1. Ken and his peer worked on their class project together.
eg. 2. Amy squinted her eyes to peer through the window at the scene.
Pier – a platform on pillars projecting from the shore into the sea
e.g. People visit the pier to watch the sun set down by the sea.
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With these activities, spelling the words Pair Pear Peer Pier can help students to be better at reading and writing the English language. Learning to spell these words with these worksheets can be used in many learning environments. Teach Pair Pear Peer Pier 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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