Homophones, also known as sound-alike words, are words that are pronounced the same way although they have very different meanings and usually have different spellings as well. These words cause confusion with younger students.
Common examples of sets of homophones include: to, too, and two; they're and their; bee and be; sun and son; which and witch; and plain and plane.
These homophone pages can be used to teach spelling, vocabulary, and writing. Also, use these to teach meanings of words and develop schema.