I can use two, to, and too correctly in my writing.
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In this lesson, students will learn the difference between two, to, and too. They will practice identifying each word in writing and speech. They will also be asked to write sentences of their own using two, to, and too correctly.
Students will be able to use two, to, and too correctly in their writing.
Students will listen to two sentences, "I grilled meat for supper," and, "We decided to meet on the playground." They will discuss if they hear two words that sound the same. Explain that the words, "meat" and "meet," sound the same but have different meanings. Review that they are called homophones.
Students will read three sentences using "too," "two," and "to." Explain the "two" is a number, "to" is a preposition, and "too" means also (or extra). Students will look at examples for each of these words. They will read sentences and fill in the blanks with the correct words. They will also listen to sentences and identify the correct to/two/too.
Students will respond to 10 questions in which they review to, too, and two.
Review lesson concepts:
- Which homophone is a number?
- Which homophone is a preposition?
- Which homophone means also or extra?
To close out the lesson, students will use the spinner to decide which two/to/too to include in a sentence.
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