THEY'RE THERE THEIR
3 of the most commonly misused words in the English language -"there, their and they're".
These 3 homophones get mixed up all the time by our kids as well as adults!
You receive 2 worksheets filled with 20 sentences that have blanks in them. Students must use the context clues within each sentence to decide which homophone to use.
Some sentences have more than one blank in them. Great chance for class discussions!
See thumbnails for a clearer idea. Your download of 3 pages includes answers. Decorated for fun. By David Filipek.
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- Challenge your students with these two full worksheets, one on reducing and one on equivalent fractions. 20 examples on each page. Will make your students “think”!
- ITS IT’S YOUR YOU’RE HOMOPHONES
- More great practice with these 4 homophones. Sentences, context clues and blanks all waiting to be filled in! Can “your / you’re” students handle this? “It’s / Its” up to you!
- HOMOPHONES POWERPOINT LESSON
- Lessons on “its, it’s, your, you’re, they’re, their and there”. 48 questions in all on these common homophones on 46 slides. Designed as a whole-class lesson getting students actively involved in the answers. HOMOPHONES!
- SENTENCE STRUCTURE MIXUPS!
- 2 FULL worksheets where students must “unscramble” mixed up sentences using context clues. Great Language Arts activity that goes beyond “just reading”. Will lend itself to class discussion.
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