This game is set up similar to UNO. There are three parts to each card: The color (part of speech), the homophone, and the definition.
*Updated: editable & the colors are fairly even, so students can play the homophones just as much as the colors.
How to play:
1. Shuffle the cards and deal out 5 for each player.
2. Put the extra cards into a stack in the middle and flip over the top card.
3. On your turn, you must put down a card on the pile that has the same color or has a matching homophone.
4. When you have one card left yell, "One!"
5. If someone says "One" before you can say it, pick up 2 cards.
6. When you have run out of cards yell, "Won!" You have officially won the game.
The traditional cards are also included: Draw four, wild, draw two, skip, and reverse.
UNO is a game well known and loved by every age range. This game is a way for students to be using everyday sight words/homophones without even realizing that they are learning. Enjoy playing!