Common Homophones In Everyday Life / 4 Pages
Here is what you'll receive:
Pages 1 and 2 - using "their, there and they're"; students have to fill in the blanks with the correct "their, there or they're". Each sentence uses good context clues to help them decide the correct spelling. (20 sentences / 29 blanks to fill in)
Page 3 - this entire worksheet is all on "it's and its"; students again use context clues to fill in the blanks with the correct answers. (12 sentences / 12 blanks to fill in)
Page 4 - this last worksheet is all on "your and you're", once again filling in the blanks with the correct spelling; use of context clues is evident again; (10 sentences / 16 blanks to fill in)
* Please note that some of the sentences on these worksheets have more than one blank in them.
Your students will get good practice in using these homophones correctly. The sentences on these worksheets lend themselves to class discussions about the use of context clues. You can even ask the students to underline or point out which words helped them choose their answers. Decorated for fun. Your download of 6 pages includes answers. See thumbnails or the download preview for a clearer idea of how much work is on these worksheets.
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