Will they ever learn to use "their, there, and they're" correctly?
This collection starts off with a handout that explains each "there, their and they're". For each word there is a definition, helpful hints, and a replacement test strategy. Ending each section the student can write his or her own sentence to practice. I would suggest the teacher go over this sheet carefully with the students and have them share out their sentences.
At the end of this skill sheet is a short fill in the blank activity for the class to complete and go over.
The next part of this file contains a quiz that becomes progressively more difficult. It begins with a simple circle the correct answer format, then leads to fill in the blank, and finally write your own paragraph using "there, their, and they're" two times each.
Finally there is an answer key.