All you have to do is print and go!
If you would like, you can laminate the numbered cards with the pictures. Then, just tape them around the room in fun places for the students to hunt for. I put the recording sheet that was numbered in a smart pal. If you don't have these, a cheap and cute option would be to put them in a clear page protector and decorate the edges with colorful masking tape. OR, you can just print the recording sheets and have students fill them out. They can always be shrunk and printed to half a page and there is still plenty of room to write on them, as well.
16 homophone cards with pictures and words:
bat- animal and like in baseball
wave- saying hi and like in the ocean
seal- animal and like sealing an envelope
park- place to play and a car parked
fly- insect and a superhero flying
fall- season and falling to the ground
foot- human foot and a ruler
bow- bow-arrow and in the hair
1 Homograph poster explaining the meaning with 2 examples
3 Write the Room recording sheets: one numbered, one sorting the homographs, and one as an extension--students choose 9 words and create a sentence.
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