Multiple meaning words/homonyms are a very important part of standards from kindergarten through high school. I have found that children with critical thinking difficulties cannot visualize the different ways the words can be used. Therefore, picture cards become very useful to help them visualize the differences.
Even middle school students (5-8th grades at my school) benefit from the picture cards when first beginning this concept. It often helps “the light come on” for them and then they can perform this skill without the picture cards for reference.
There are 60 homonym cards; 30 pictures and 30 clue cards (two different definitions and a picture to go with each definition-they include; diamond, bat, bowl, cut, mouse, fall, foot, ring, note, plant, cold, cook, bark, fly, tie, table, watch, punch, saw, ship, check, lap, duck, fence, kid, pack, palm, park, sink, skip). Print out all cards on card stock and laminate for extra durability.
Noun and verb review to show students how multiple meaning words can be used once as a noun and once as a verb.
Sentences created using each word (60), a print and use activity-no prep!
Cut and paste worksheets; the picture is glued in the box with the correct definition.
Create a sentence using the word two ways worksheets to show application level understanding.
I hope you enjoy this product! I created these materials to address middle school students who struggle in this area (5th grade). If you like this product and it helps you complete your student’s objectives, please give me feedback and let me know! Also, please follow me as I will be updating this product for different students of mine who may need a new “take” on this skill!
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