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Lose or Loose?

Jun 24, 2020 | Freebies

Lose v Loose ~ They both have similar spelling and slightly different pronunciations, which can make for plenty of errors in students’ writing.

In this literacy worksheet, students have fun filling in the correct word to match the variety of sentences. It’s a great activity for practicing these words that often can cause confusion in spelling and writing tasks in classroom and at homework time. 

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Use the correct spelling of these two tricky words to complete the sentences.

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