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- Homonyms and homophones can be very difficult, especially for ESL students. As part of our commonly confused words, homonyms, and homophone lesson series I made task cards, games, activities, and a mystery picture. This bundle combines all of the digital versions of these activities at a 20% discounPrice $10.00Original Price $15.50Save $5.50
Homophones can be difficult for language learners and three of the most commonly confused words are there, their, and they're. These self-grading task cards provide students with practice choosing the correct homophone (they're, their, there) for 24 different sentences. Students use the drop down menu in the colored box to choose the correct homophone to complete the sentence. Their answers are automatically populated and graded on the answers tab. If you want to make this a quiz, simply hide the answers tab and students will still see the grade tab, which tells them the total correct (though not which specific sentences are correct or incorrect) and their percentage. To use this activity make a copy for each student and give them editing rights. Be sure to explain how you want it returned to you.
See similar task cards in action in this YouTube video!
For more information about these and other task cards, as well as a tutorial for making your own, see my blog post: Self-Grading Task Cards.
More homophone/homonym practice:
Playing With Homophones (paper)
Pirate Homophones: Are, Our, Hour (digital--Slides)
Pirate Homophones: Are, Our, Hour (digital--PowerPoint)
Whose or Who's Triple Play (paper)
Whose or Who's Mystery Pixel Art (Sheets)
Whose or Who's Mystery Pixel Art (Excel)
To, Two, Too Quadruple Play (paper)