In this packet you will find an anchor poster that defines homophones, as well as sentence strips that test students’ knowledge of 25 of the most frequent sets of homophones.
You can complete the sentence strips as a class, have students pull one out of a jar, or have students complete them independently after pre-teaching the focus set, glue them in their literature notebook, or use them as an activity for a center. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
With my students, we focused on 3 to 6 sets a day, depending on their familiarity with them. I pre-taught the focus homophones, and then my students went back to their desk to glue the half-sheet in their language arts notebooks, and circle the correct homophone. We then reviewed what the appropriate homophone was for each sentence. Enjoy!
~ Mrs. Slauenwhite
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