How do you teach homophones in a fun way? One fun activity is to ask them to race to react as soon as they hear or see a homophone. For example, the teacher reads out or flashes up a list of words and as soon as there are two words that are pronounced the same (e.g. “fair” and “fare”) next to each other, the students stand up, raise one hand or shout out.
How do you explain homophones to a child?
What is homophones give 10 examples?
|List of Homophones|
|Homophone Words & Sentences||Homophone Words & Sentences|
|Ate – The ape ate all the apples||Eight – We will meet after the office at eight|
|Bald – He is planning to go bald (hairless)||Bawled – She began to bawl (cry) like a child|
What are common homophones?
- affect/effect. Use affect to indicate influence: The medicine did not affect her the way the doctor had hoped.
- than/then. Use than for comparisons: John is much taller than his brother.