Christmas Homophones Fun! Use these Christmas Homophone Task Cards for literacy centers. Find the correct homophones in lines from Christmas songs. Engaging Christmas activity or center. In color and black and white.
Choose color or black/white task cards.
Print out task cards on cardstock and cut out.
Laminate for durability.
Store in a plastic pencil box or zippered plastic bag.
Print out as many answer sheets as you need for your class.
(You may choose to use these as a center, or have students work in groups.)
Each card has a line from a famous Christmas song. Tell students to find the correct homophone on each card, and mark it on their answer sheet.
Students may self-check, if you wish. Answer key is included. You may print it out, or project it on your white board.
Enjoy! You may wish to play Christmas music to go with the activity.
The songs included are:
Jingle Bells Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Deck the Halls Santa Claus is Coming to Town Winter Wonderland Silent Night Jolly Old St. Nicholas All I Want for Christmas is You The Twelve Days of Christmas Let There be Peace on Earth Blue Christmas O Christmas Tree
Frosty the Snowman Have a Holly Jolly Christmas Let it Snow Here Comes Santa Claus I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas All I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth Merry Christmas, Darling Up on the Housetop Mele Kalikimaka White Christmas There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays
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© Deborah Hayes aka HappyEdugator. For classroom and homeschool use.