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- Homonyms and homophones can be very difficult, especially for ESL students. I developed this homophone activity (are, our, hour) for Talk Like A Pirate Day. Since my ESL students have trouble understanding English when it is pronounced properly I didn't want to make things more difficult by actuallyPrice $3.00Original Price $4.00Save $1.00
- Homonyms and homophones can be very difficult, especially for ESL students. As part of our commonly confused words, homonyms, and homophone lesson series I made task cards, games, activities, and a mystery picture. This bundle combines all of the digital versions of these activities at a 20% discounPrice $10.00Original Price $15.50Save $5.50
- Looking for a fun way to celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day? Reading How I Became a Pirate and want a fun game to go along with it? This bundle of pirate-themed activities is perfect! Students can practice retelling the story, sorting nouns from verbs, general pirate vocabulary, and even the homophonePrice $5.40Original Price $6.75Save $1.35
Homonyms and homophones can be very difficult, especially for ESL students. I developed these homophone task cards (are, our, hour) for Talk Like A Pirate Day. Since my ESL students have trouble understanding English when it is pronounced properly I didn't want to make things more difficult by actually talking like a pirate, but this way they can still have fun with the theme of the day but practice some English as well. 30 sentences are included that give students the opportunity to distinguish between the use of are, our, hour.
See these digital task cards in action via my How Pirate Homophones Digital Task Cards Work video!
The digital version was developed after we went online. These cards are perfect for students to use as a self-assessment. They are made so that once the set is in present mode the students can only advance the slides by clicking on the answers. After clicking the answers the students are told if they were correct or incorrect and shown the correct answer. They then click on the next question map to go to the next question. You can find the paper version here. Working at a Microsoft school? No problem, get the PowerPoint version.
Learn how I made these task cards in the blog post Digital Task Cards.
Don't forget to check out my other fun pirate activities:
- Paper Pirate Vocabulary game: Pirate Vocabulary Games and Activities
- Google Sheets Pirate Vocabulary game: Pirate Vocabulary Digital Board Game
- Excel Pirate Vocabulary game: Pirate Vocabulary Digital Board Game
- Pirate Homophones (are, our, hour): paper version, PowerPoint version
- How I Became a Pirate Sentence Sequencing Activity: paper version, digital version
- Pirate Noun - Verb Sort: paper version, digital version
For more information about this resource, and other fun pirate-themed activities, see my blog post: National Talk Like a Pirate Day.
More homophone/homonym practice:
Playing With Homophones (paper)
Pirate Homophones: Are, Our, Hour (digital--PowerPoint)
Whose or Who's Triple Play (paper)
Whose or Who's Mystery Pixel Art (Sheets)
Whose or Who's Mystery Pixel Art (Excel)
To, Two, Too Quadruple Play (paper)