Homophones Activities: Task Cards, Lists, and Anchor Charts for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Grade:
These homophones activities, task cards, and lists were created for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th-grade students.
This homophones activity includes the following:
- a 10-page list of upper-level homophones (over 260 words with definitions)
- 36 task cards
- an answer sheet
- an answer key
The assumption is that students have been introduced to homophones in the primary grades before their introduction to this product. Lower-level homophones lists and task cards are available in my store if needed.
NOTE: THIS FILE INCLUDES A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!
This product includes a digital option (as well as the no prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet.
Also note that the definitions listed for the words are to illustrate the varied meanings of the homophones and are not exhaustive definitions. Please let me know if you have questions about this product before purchasing.
This PDF file contains 42 pages + Google Forms and Google Slides.
Kathleen T –
Angela Allen –
Love the homophone list, that took a lot of time to complete I’m sure!
Kirsten Renwick –
Jasmine LaRue –
Great bundle. I used it for my fifth grade students who are ESL learners, it was very helpfull.
Tracie P –
Boho Birdie –
🙂 Very Helpful
Miriam C –
Using this right now for my Applied English class in centers. Perfect!
Lisa O –
An easy resource to use in the classroom, thanks!
Angela H –
Worked well for re-teaching upper grade students who still struggle with homophones.
katie M –
Kathy Lechner –
Good resource for 3rd grade.
Jane H –
Nazira A –
One of my top 2 favorite sellers for Language Arts unit. Absolutely loved these cards, I really appreciate you taking the time to ALWAYS include definition / explanation & examples pages in the beginning of each unit ! That is a tremendous benefit : )
This is a fantastic unit, very thou& comprehensive!!!
The Speech Zone –
Easy to make and use. Thanks!
Scholastic Runway –
My students stayed engaged reviewing homophones with these task cards.
simply persevering –
Marla G –
The Land of Wilsonia –
These were great! A fun way to assess and keep the kids engaged and moving!
Michelle Goodner –
can’t wait to use this!
Kate L –
Thanks for a great resource
Sarah Olson –
Love your resources! I have many of them!
Celeste G –
Great classroom resource!
Melisa N –
Love all the different levels! I can use the higher levels to challenge my higher students.
Shannon Burnett –
I have been using to help create our spelling lists.
Nice review for our state testing.
Amber H –
My students loved it!
Prue C –
Thanks for the great resource!
Melissa D –
Incredibly useful! Thanks!
Kimberly Martinez –
This is well done.
janine C –
Great – used for STAAR review
Bright and Brilliant Bunch –
Thank you for creating this resource!
Christine Hampl –
Hayley H –
Amber S –
These English Grammar rules are confusing even to Adults! Even Teachers! This Resource really helps break down the concepts into understandable (cute, clever and bright) concepts! I also like your recommendation of having the students look up definitions in an old fashioned dictionary! =)
Hello Miss B –
Sarah W –
This resource has been perfect during distance learning for my kids. I’ve been using it in small groups to monitor understanding. Thank you!
Alison M –
The variety of ways the material is presented is great! I used these in stations during the reading block. I was also able to use the digital version for students who were quarantined.
Ruth A –
A great resource that helped my students better understand homophones.
Laura Stiles –
This was great for my students to use. Thanks!
Tiera Gammage –
Great resource for older kids.
Morgan S –
This is the best resource because it is already done for you. All of these words are used and we were able to create lists using all of the words given!
Elizabeth Ramsey –
Great resource! My students stayed engaged and enjoyed this!