Tired of your students mixing up the homophones there, their, and they're? With this worksheet, students will have the opportunity to fill-in-the-blanks of sentences which include these tricky homophones. This will allow students to practice when to use each of the three words. The second part of the worksheet includes sentences in which kids have to determine whether the sentence is true or false based on the homophone used. If the word is used incorrectly, students have to write how the word should be spelled in order to make the sentence true.
This worksheet can be used as practice, as part of a center, as an assessment, as homework, as part of a guided lesson, or even can be used during cooperative learning structures. There are 17 total questions included as well as an answer key.
If you like this worksheet, you may also like some of my other items:
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