Do your students confuse their, there, and they're? Looking for a fun whole class game or a literacy center activity for your students to practice? This product is BOTH!
This packet contains 36 task cards, posters with definitions and examples, and a page for students to glue into their interactive notebooks or tape to their desks. Use this packet as a tool to help your students with these confusing homophones. Use the task cards as a whole class activity, like Scoot, and quickly assess students who have and have not mastered these homophones.
Please see the PREVIEW above for an idea of everything included!
This Resource Includes:
-Vocabulary posters defining their, there, and they're on full size pages
-Vocabulary poster defining all 3 homophones on the same page
-One ‘Their, There, They’re’ rules page (4 per page) for students to glue into interactive notebooks, to tape on student desks, to keep in a center, etc.
-Cards 1-18 are multiple choice task cards with jokes that are sure to make your students chuckle while they practice this crucial skill. There is only one correct answer for these cards.
-Cards 19-32 are more challenging. These cards require students to determine which two of the three words are the correct answers.
-Cards 33-36 will truly test your students’ understanding. All three words are used!
-Two challenge cards requiring students to create their own jokes or sentences.
-Student Recording Page (2 per page)
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