SPaG - Rule 23 and 24 - Homophones and Near Homophones Set 3 and 4 of 4
This week we focus on homophones again. Our last 2 sets. Homophones are words which sound the same or similar but can have multiple spellings with different meanings.
As usual practise tasks and activities with a daily free game can be found at: https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/62/23-Homophones-and-near-homophones-3-of-4
Recommended further activities below:
Monday: Draw picture cards for each word. Showing an image with the correct spelling to help you learn the meaning/context each word should be used in. For example draw a shiny medal for the word medal and then draw someone interfering for meddle
Tuesday: Make acrostic sentences for each word. For example Knot. Knitting nice orange tutus.
Wednesday: Create sentences with two or more homophones in. For example. After paying the fare, I boarded the train, I couldn't wait to get to Blackpool fair.
Thursday: Test your parents. Create sentences with blank spaces for the missing homophones. Give them a list of the words and see if they can fill in the blanks. How many did they get correct?
Friday: Take the test online or on paper.