This product contains the following:
- 4 game boards
- 72 sentences (in two sets)
- A4 poster
I developed this game for those kids who are still having difficulty discriminating between the correct use of these homophones. It's a little problem that can persist for years without specific intervention. This game provides the repetition they need to master the distinction and is so much better than a worksheet.
The ANSWER sheet is provided to make it an independent activity, so you can add it to a Literacy Centre and it will take care of itself. You can also make it an independent activity matching the sentences to one or more boards.
I have also included an A4 POSTER from my Big Book of Homophones for extra scaffolding. I sometimes give one of my kids a board and a heap of sentence cards for them to match up. They use the poster and get through heaps of examples this way and have it sorted in no time.
I have a bundle with these three games now: