Pear Pair Tree
(visual/oral/auditory/kinesthetic)

Have students use a tree branch or cut out a big tree from construction paper and tack it on the bulletin board. Then have students brainstorm a list of homophones. Students can cut out paper pears and write the homophones on the pears. Encourage them to include any homophone pairs that include contractions, such as they're/there/their and it's/its. Students can pin the pears to the tree in pairs or groups.
pear tree





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