4. Hear & Here: Think about your ear(s). You need your ear in order to hEAR something!
---- Did you hear about what they're going to build here?
---- I'll be here all day long.
---- Here's what I've been looking for.
---- Here, I'll hold it while you talk on the phone.
5. Weather & Whether:
--Weather: think about eating!
---- When the wEATher is nice, I like to eat outside.
--wHEtHER: think about he and her, this word is usually used to talk about differences between things, like boys and girls - he and her, or if something is going to happen or not.
---- Do you know whether the dog is a he or a her?
---- Do you know whether he is coming or not? No, he is going to see her instead.
---- I'm going to the park whether the weather is good or bad!
Can you think of any other homophones that are commonly mistaken for each other?
May I ask why you wrote "whether the dog is a he or a her"? Why not "a he and a she" or "a him and a her"? I'm just a little bit confused.
As regards homophones, I can think of "waste" and "waist", "wring" and "ring".