Frustrated with kids using the homophones your and you’re incorrectly? In this worksheet, kids will need to read a sentence and pick whether the underlined homophone is used correctly (your or you’re). They will then choose true or false accordingly. If the homophone is false, students will need to write the correct homophone on the line next to "false."
On the second page, students will have to identify which of the homophones given from a choice of 2 words (your or you’re), belongs in the sentence. Then, they will have to write that word down. Students will have to figure out the context of the sentence in order to correctly choose the homophone.
This worksheet can be used as review, test prep, a quiz, partner work, a spelling/reading station, or even as homework. Answer sheet is also included.
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