Homophones Worksheets | Words that sound alike
What would happen if your recipe instructed to mix flower in the cake batter in place of flour or your story had readers looking in a hole instead of the whole of matter? Oops, the consequences of misusing homophones may be confusing or even amusing. So anchor the learning of children of grades 2 and 3, with our homophones worksheets, providing isolated and contextualized practice, with printables like, 'Homophones Illustrations, Crossword puzzle, Homophonic tales and poems to ensure integral learning.
Since several high frequency words in English are homophones, an illustrative homophone chart is a great way to get underway with the words that are pronounced the same but differ in meaning.
Visualization is an effective technique to help your brain to distinguish the difference between homophonic words. This worksheet familiarizes learners with homophones using illustrations.
Have your children of grades 2 and 3 recognize basic homophones and match them, to smooth the way for grasping the context of sentences subsequently, that have words with more than one meaning.
This activity could really get the children high on their excitement to dive into this printable and scoop up some homophones booty, attempting to solve the crossword puzzle using the correct word.
Enjoy a ride with Kendra on her horse farm while infixing meaning into the story by using the correct homophone. Chomp at the bit and let not the wild horses drag you away from this activity!
Familiarity with a word's parts of speech, definition or reading it in a context, will make it hard to misuse it. This is precisely the objective of this homophones worksheet. Don't miss the joy in the story!
What a fantastic way to learn homophones by allowing the mind to draw imagery in conjunction with the word, and creating a space in the memory to stay forever! Experience this with our poetic sojourn.
Children of grades 2 and 3 will get going with this 'fill in the blanks using pictorial clues' homophones worksheet in a jiffy as some fun practice and repetition can make learning anything but difficult.
Some of the most common homophone mix-ups include 'its-it's'. Make learning of these abstract words easier with this printable, using various contexts, to remember the difference between these words.
With a little extra time and patience, learning to differentiate between 'your-you're' doesn't have to be difficult. Children of grades 2 and 3 will sure be quick to do so, taking hints from the contexts.
Despite the best efforts, few homophonic mistakes like these may slip into your children's work. Providing them with this drill is the best answer to reinforce understanding and use the correct word.
An exclusive worksheet on this homophonic triple or multinym will help young children avoid its misuse in the context of their sentences and remember their differences distinctly.
This practice worksheet aims to expose learners to yet some more varieties of contexts in the form of sentences, to further cement their knowledge of the words commonly misused.
Prompt students to take up this slightly challenging worksheet as a good opportunity to practice both the homophones in a single sentence to understand and remember their difference clearly.
We realize that homophones are best learned and remembered with time, patience, practice and repetition and thus have addressed this requirement adequately, with this homophones review printable.