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June 08, 2015
Their Has an Heir; Set It There

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings, like their, they're, and there. To help kids remember which one is which, teach them a trick. "Set it there. Where?" will help your kids associate there with location. "The heirs have their money." Since the sentence shows heirs owning something, your kids will associate the word their with possession.

 
 

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