This package has 6 games with 45 cards (22 matching pairs) in each set.
All cards have a picture matching the homophone to help with vocabulary acquisition and spelling skills and I have included a list of the words used in the PREVIEW.
DONKEY is an old card game that most kids like to play, whether they are just learning the homophones or consolidating. The fun element of the game means they like to play over and over, and the trickier homophones (like they're, there and their) get learnt.
You could add the games to a Literacy Centre for independent consolidation or use them, like I do at the beginning or end of an intense intervention session. Homophone confusion can persist for years unless specifically addressed. My games do it in a fun way and they provide the repetition that some students need. I even send them home for 'homework' when parents are on board.
I have a free game for you to try:
For variety I have also developed Tic Tac Toe games for:
They are available separately or in a bundle.
My big Homophone Book has 110 homophones and is a great reference for explicit teaching and provides scaffolding as skills are mastered.
I have Task Cards for independent work and these come as part of the Homophone Book Package.These would suit a Literacy Centre or you could give them to a teaching assistant for small group work to target specific skill deficits.