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Kate Jones

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Spelling- Homophones

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. They also have different spellings Use link to watch video explaining homophones further on first page of activity. Check example page for guide. Select add and use templates to respond. Use move to move the correctly spelt homophone label to the correct red box above the pictures. Use eraser to erase the green box beneath the pictures to reveal answers. Extension - When finished, addpage and using drawing or label tools , can you create 3 silly sentences containing as many homophones as possible? check to upload to seesaw class journal.

3rd Grade, Home Learning, English Language Learners, Writing
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Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. Some homophones are pronounced the same way but are spelled differently and have different meanings. For example: wait (the verb) and weight (how heavy something is) they're (they are) and their (belonging to them) and there (adverb of place) Year 2 there, their, they're here, hear see, sea bare, bear one, won sun, son two, to, too be, bee blue, blew night, knight Years 3 and 4 accept, except affect, effect ball, bawl berry, bury brake, break fair, fare grate, great grown, groan heel, heal, he'll knot, not mail, male main, mane meat, meet medal, meddle missed, mist peace, piece plain, plane rain, rein, reign scene, seen weather, whether whose, who's Years 5 and 6 licence, license practice, practise prophecy, prophesy father, farther guessed, guest heard, herd lead, led morning, mourning past, passed precede, proceed principal, principle profit, prophet stationary, stationery steal, steel whose, who's