Step 3: Complete the worksheet attached below.
Worksheets needed to complete the lesson
Extra Practice Worksheet with answer key
Step 4: Review. Start the next lesson with the game or activity attached below for review so the student can demonstrate
understanding of this lesson before moving forward.
Homophone Concentration Game. This game is a take on the popular Concentration television show
. (online & offline) game
Cardstock paper ; Access to computer clip art
To start, choose about 10 homophones pairs. For example, one and won
Using computer clipart find pictures that represent each word in the homophone pair. You’ll use these pictures to make the
The easiest way to make the cards is to first create a 10 x 4 table in Microsoft word. Inside each square of the table, cut and paste
the pictures you located in clipart. Then laminate the table and cut out each picture to make individual cards.
Place the cards face down spread out on the table. The student turns over two cards at a time with the goal of finding a homophone
pair. They’ll have to remember the location of each card as they try to pick out a pair of homophones. Once they’ve identified a pair,
they keep the two cards. The game is over once the student has found all the matches.