20% off St. Patrick's Day themed resources, March 3-6! Master reading and spelling homophones with this interactive and engaging set of games and activities! Practice distinguishing spellings and meanings of the 20 pairs of homophones. Includes complete board game and instructions--perfect for bell ringer or early finishers. The 66 shamrock themed homophone and definition word cards come with multiple varied instructions for game play, review and practice.
To Play "Homophone Hideout" Board Game, 2-6 players
1. Roll dice, move number of spaces.
2. Draw a card. Read the sentence and choose the correct homophone; spell it aloud. If incorrect, return to previous space.
3. The first person to reach the rainbow and find the hiding Lucky the Leprechaun, wins!
4. Rainbow circle spaces offer bonus opportunities
Included in this resource:
*List of 20 pairs of commonly used homophones
*Two word recognition matching worksheets
*Homophone Hideout Board Game
-Includes 40 game playing cards, instructions and 6
customizable playing pieces
*Homophone Shamrock Themed Games and Mastery Activities
-Includes 33 light green shamrock homophone word cards
and 33 dark green shamrock homophone definition cards
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