We've been reviewing homophones with Avery lately. She has a library book that compares all kinds of words that sound the same yet are spelled differently and mean different things. As a result, she's been coming up with homophones as she thinks of them and often blurts them out in her excitement.
Like last night at dinner, when she asked me to pass the butter so she could put some more on her ear of corn.
After I gave it to her, she practically screamed, "More on...that's like the driving more on."
I looked at her quizzically and asked, "What are you talking about?"
She explained, "More on" -- it sounds the same when you are talking about using more of something or when someone won't let you pull in front of them when you're driving."
Moron that later,