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Know Your Homophones: to, too and two

In this worksheet, students practise spelling the words 'to', 'too' and 'two' correctly by distinguishing between their meanings.

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'Know Your Homophones: to, too and two' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   English

Curriculum subtopic:   Spelling: Homophones

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. The different meanings often have different spellings.


The words to, too and two are homophones.


Too means 'as well' or 'also'.

For example: Katie likes chocolate ice cream and Sarah does too.

We also use it when we mean 'too much' or 'too many'.

Jessie ate too much ice cream and was sick.

It was too hot for me outside so I came indoors.



Two always means the number 2.

Jack has two dogs.



Otherwise, we use the word to.

I am going to Jimmy's house tomorrow.

Mina was looking forward to her birthday.

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