ee ea homophones

ee ea homophones

Pairs such as ‘see sea‘ ‘tee tea‘ ‘leek leak’ ‘seem seam’ bean been’ ‘peak peek’ ‘need knead’ ‘week weak’ ‘flee flea‘ ‘meet ‘meat’ ‘steel steal’ ‘heel heal’ ‘read reed’ etc. sound the same but have different spellings and different meanings. They are called homophones. In this post, I will be focusing on long vowel sounds ee ea homophones.

 

 

ee ea homophones list for first grade and second grade

 



Above is a homophones list to read long vowel e words that are homophone pairs.

 

 

homophones ee ea words for first grade and second grade

 



 

This is another homophones list to read the long vowel e words and highlight the ee and ea. See how the ee is replaced by ea and vice versa and it changes the meaning of the words.

 

 

 

homophones see and sea worksheet for first grade and second grade

 



 

In the above ee and ea worksheet, identify the picture and circle the correct word. The two options are actually homophone pairs. This homophone worksheet will help children know the meanings of words along with their spelling.

 

 

homophones ee and ea for first grade and second grade

 



 

In the next ee and ea worksheet, identify the pictures and circle the correct word. The two options that you have to pick from are a homophone pair. This homophone worksheet will help children know the meanings of words along with their spelling.

 

 

 



 

The above homophones worksheet is a fun drawing worksheet for children. Children will read the word and draw a picture to express how they understand that word.

 

ee ea homophones sentences for first grade and second grade

 



 

‘beat beet’ ‘feet feat’ ‘week weak’

Read the sentences in the homophones worksheet and write the correct word in each. This worksheet is aimed towards reducing spelling mistakes for common homophone words that are easily confused.

 

 

homophones see sea sentence for first grade and second grade

 



‘see sea’ ‘leek leak’ ‘flea flee’

Read the sentences in the homophones worksheet and write the correct word for each sentence. This worksheet will help understand the meaning and use of common homophone words which are easily confused.

 

 

ee ea homophones worksheet for first grade and second grade



‘knead need’ meet meat’ ‘tee tea’

In the last homophones worksheet, read the sentences and write the correct word from the option. Each sentence has only one correct answer from the options.

These homophones worksheets are free for subscribers to download.