Homophones, Homographs and Homonyms
This comprehensive unit on Homophones, Homographs, and Homonyms will help expand vocabulary for commonly confused words. We used a nature theme for this unit. Kids love nature subjects, so we included animal and plant photographs to keep their interest and assist with the presentation of these lessons.
This unit can be used in several grades.
• PowerPoint introduction to homophones, homographs and homonyms. A good resource to begin the unit. 36 pages.
• Bulletin Board - Homophones, homographs and homonyms with a Nature Theme.
Eight full page color nature photographs.
Labels with identification and homophone examples.
Bulletin board subject header.
• Homophone Hunt 1, 2 - Students complete sentences using the correct homophone word pairs.
• Homophone Blanks - Students fill in the blanks to spell the corresponding homophones for 14 different words.
• Homophone Choice - Students select the correct homophone for the meaning in the sentence. Includes 30 sentences.
• Homophone Corrections - Students edit a sentence to use the correct homophone for the meaning in the sentence. Includes 14 sentences.
• Homophone Matching - Students complete a matching game using 10 homophone word pairs.
• Homograph Definitions - Students write two sentences for each homograph pair. Includes 16 homographs.
• Homograph Drawings - Students draw pictures to represent two different meaning from a list of homographs.
• Homograph Sentences - Students choose the correct homograph to complete 22 written sentences.
• Homonym Drawings - Students draw pictures to represent two different meanings from a list of homonyms.
• Homonym Story - Students write a short story using 5 different homonym pairs.
• I Have. Who Has? - A homophone based game for the entire class. Includes 30 individual game cards.
• Optional Exercise - Students could create a Reader's Theater presentation by incorporating the dialogue from the PowerPoint slide show.
From The Developer:
I was a 2nd and 3rd grade elementary teacher for 33 years. I'm now a teaching librarian. It was always a struggle to find a good homophone, homograph and homonym resource, so I helped develop this comprehensive unit. Since this is an important subject to cover in early elementary years, we hope you find it useful.
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