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Words surround students in Ms. Koblasa's kindergarten classroom at Earl Boyles Elementary School (file photo).
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Being read to is the easy (and most popular) part of learning to write.
Students are learning about homophones, words that sound alike but mean different things.
Azaysha crawls to her square on the rug.
Ms Koblasa passes out pairs of homophone cards.
The assignment is to use your word in a sentence.
In this case these two boys have to use "caught" and "cot."
Kaylie Smith on left
Earl Boyles Elementary School kindergarten teacher Vickie Koblasa
Kindergarteners Kaylie Smith and Vivianna Lamy play on the gym floor before P.E. class. (file photo)