No Headache Homophones - Denton ISD

No Headache Homophones - Denton ISD

No Headache Homophones 0201.1.8 Understand and spell basic words that sound the same but are spelled

differently and have different meanings (homophones- flower/flour). Homophones are

words that sound the same. Homophones have different meanings.

Here are examples of some homophones. ant / aunt

ate / eight chews / choose die / dye flour / flower

Hair Hare

Meet Meat Mood

Mooed Sun

Son War

Wore Flu

Flew Lets Practice Choose the correct word

to complete the sentence. I need the _______

paint. blue blew

Go Back! I need the

_______ paint. blue

blew I need to blow my _____.

knows nose Go Back!

I need to blow my _____. knows nose

My dog can shake with his ______.

pause paws Go Back!

My dog can shake with his

______. pause paws

May I have a ______ of the pizza? piece peace

Go Back! May I have a ______ of the pizza? piece

peace Congratulations! No more homophone headaches!

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