**Some textbooks have differences in opinions about the usage of the term homophone and homonym. For this reason, I created 2 sets of printables. In one set, the word homonym is used. In the other set, the word homophone is used. The difference of opinions in textbooks drives me crazy. And if you do your research on the web, you’ll find lots of differing information. (And all from valid sources!) Hence, I decided to give you what I gave you. So regardless of the term you use in your classroom, you will have the printables featuring that term.
You will have 14 pages to review/teach this concept with your students. Included in the packet is:
-Overhead Transparency to introduce the concept
-Homonym/Homophone List printable- features a great many pairs of the homonyms/homophones
-Flip-Flap Book Homonym/Homophone Project- This is a cute project that the students will enjoy doing and you'll be able to display on a bulletin board. The finished product looks great. This activity comes with:
a. Overhead Transparency Project Sample
b. Project Explanation Printable
c. 2 Grading Rubrics (one is more simple and the other rubric is more in depth)
-Homonym/Homophone Worksheet based on Carly Rae Jepsen's song, 'Call Me Maybe'- This is a cute worksheet that the kids love to do!
-Homonym/Homophone Practice Worksheet
-Answer Key for both worksheets
-Teacher Notes Page discussing activities
I hope you find as much success in your classroom as I did in mine.