Homonyms can be horrible! Words that sound exactly the same as another word when you say them, but they have different meanings! To make it even more confusing, these words can be spelled the same but, they can also be spelled differently! Are you confused now? Imagine how your students feel!
To help make some sense out of all this confusion - we have designed a helpful unit of activities that will make learning about homonyms fun!
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* 6 colourful posters to display in the classroom
* 6 lift the flap activity pages that are fun for small groups and individual learning. This activity involves students folding and cutting paper to form flaps under which they can write definitions, illustrate or write sentences for groups of words such as there, their and they're, praise, preys and prays or rode, rowed and road
*3 cloze worksheets - of or off, to, two or too, there, their and they're
* 8 printable worksheets for writing either sentences or definitions
* 54 cards that can be used as flash cards, to play concentration, memory matching or pairs.