Homophoneopoly Homophones Activity


How to teach Homophones

Using Homophoneopoly Homophones Activity, students play Homophone-opoly to practice listening for and identifying pairs of homophones.

Being able to use the correct homophone helps your students clearly share their messages. This activity will help them build their understanding of when to use each homophone pair.

To play, each player places his or her game piece on the “GO” space. The object of the game is to collect a pair of homophones (an A and B card) from each of the four colored decks of cards. Roll the die and travel that many spaces. Follow the directions on each square. If you land on a colored square, pick up a card from that deck. Decide if you want to keep the card or discard it, depending on whether or not you need it to make a homophone pair. If you land on a “?” square, you may ask any player for a homophone you are looking for. If you land on a airplane square, move to colored square that you need a homophone from.

Other resources to use with this Homophoneopoly Homophones Activity

If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about homophones.

Use this Homophone Crossword Puzzle as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by having students share homophone pairs that they know. Next, students point to and then use that word in a sentence. The class gives a thumbs up or thumbs down depending on if the word was used correctly. Then, students complete the activity with a partner. Finally, challenge students to create a list of other homophone pairs.

Be sure to check out more Homophones Worksheets.

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