This game has twenty items reviewing thirteen pairs/ trios of frequently confused words. (Not all 28 homophones are used.)
a lot/ allot it’s/ its than/ then
accept/ except loose/ lose to/ too/ too
all ready/already passed/ past were/ where
are/ our presence/ presents you’re/your
their/ there/ they’re
You can have students work individually or divide them into teams. In turns, have students choose an item from the game board.. Clicking on the number reveals the question– either a sentence with a blank and three choices or two questions, one of which is correct. Students click on the heart next to the correct item.
If incorrect, that choice disappears so you have the option of letting students have another chance for items 1-10. (Items 11-20 only have two options.) Each number can only be clicked once. Watch the preview video to see the game in action.
This game has no score board. There is a student response sheet enclosed in this file as well as at the end of the game. So, you can give students/ teams a time limit to answer each item individually before clicking an answer. An answer key is also provided.
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