Homophones - Homophones to Remember PowerPoint. Animated slides of homophones and example sentences to show meaning. Fun graphics and sounds will engage students. Homophones are frequently confused words that sound alike but are spelled differently and mean different things. Often confused, and often found on standardized tests, they should be memorized. These words and sentences are appropriate for almost any age. Writing activity on the last slide.
Note: Do you know the difference between a homophone and a homonym? The difference between a homophone and a homonym is that a homophone sounds the same and is spelled differently, and has different meaning. (to,too, two) A homonym is both spelled the same and sounds the same, but has different meaning. (chair - like you sit in, and chair - department head) Last slide is a writing activity. Supports common core standards. 38 slides.
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