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Search Christmas Homophones in The Night Before Christmas. A Christmas activity searching for homonyms and homophones in a crazy homophone version of the famous Christmas poem "The Night Before Christmas" by Clement Clark Moore. Fun printable handout for December. Supports common core standard to spell correctly and to identify frequently and commonly confused words. Challenging homophones activity using poetry: I recommend you use partners. It will take your students some time to find and correct all of the incorrect homonyms in this one. No PREP. Print and go. Student answer sheet and key included.
Inclues two versions -
You may print out a class set of the poem handout (2 pages) and the student answer sheet (1 page) for each student. They can work on it in groups, with partners, or individually.
Some teachers like to do this in smaller chunks. You can print out the six sheets with lines of the poem and answer blanks and use as worksheets or daily warm ups for six different days. The same key works for both versions.
Additionally, I have included a quick worksheet for identifying homophones in common Christmas carols. It can be a quick assessment to see if your students got it or if they need more practice. I hope your students enjoy this resource as much as my students did.
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