Homophones are words that sound the same, but have vastly different meanings. Usually the words are spelled differently as well. Early on students start using different forms of the words and should be corrected to help them develop. Just this morning, my Kindergartner wrote me a note to tell me that she will be leaving for the field trip at ate O'clock.
The Meaning of Homophones
Students define the meaning of the homophone and than put a form into context.
Similar to the previous format, but the words are more difficult to define.
We use wrong forms of homophones in a reading passage.
Get Homophones Straightened Out
The passage is shorter, but the words are harder to handle.
Homophones From Clues
What word form are they looking for? This is a fun one and involves critical thinking.
This and That! You Crazy Homophones!
The context is a bit more cryptic on these. Align right with the standards.
Which Homophone Is It?
We can really (sea / see) this worksheet being very helpful.
(Weight / Wait) a minute! We can make homophone puns? Who (would / wood) have thought!