The name of this worksheet is called “Choosing Homophones.” The homophones, contained in word boxes, are hear-here, road-rode, right-write, wood-would, new-knew, pale-pail, herd-heard, led-lead, brake-break. Under each homophone word box are five sentences with a blank line in each. Using sentence context, students decide which homophone above is the correct answer and write it in the blank. The worksheet is three pages long with the fourth page being the answer key. The worksheet is on a word document, so you can edit the sentences the way you want them to read if you desire. You also have the option to substitute or add sentences that use homophones that your class has studied.
This worksheet can be used as a quiz, in a literacy center, for test prep or for homework.