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Phonics − Homophones


Homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings and different spellings.


Examples:


The deer lives in the forest. Dear Eilish, how are you?


This is the way to my house. I must weigh the flour for the recipe.


There are eight players on the team. I ate an apple for my snack.


I would love to eat a juicy pear. A pair of shoes was left on the bus.


A Ring the correct homophone. 1. My sister likes to die / dye her hair blonde. 2. Please don’t waste / waist the paper. 3. Prince Charles is the heir / air to the British throne. 4. My favourite dinner is stake / steak and chips. 5. I would love to eat a piece / peace of that cake.


B In your copy, rewrite this poem using the correct homophones. Eye halve a spelling chequer It came with my pea sea It plainly marques four my revue Miss steaks eye kin knot sea. Eye strike a quay and type a word And weight four it two say Weather eye am wrong oar write It shows me strait a weigh. As soon as a mist ache is maid


It nose bee fore two long And eye can put the error rite It’s rare lea ever wrong. Eye have run this poem threw it I am shore your pleased two no It’s letter perfect awl the weigh My chequer tolled me sew. (Sauce Unknown)


C In your copy, make a list of homophones. Write sentences using both words.


Example: The knight galloped through the woods at night.


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