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"All About Homophones?" you might ask. "How much exactly is there to know about homophones?" Well, you might surprised to know that All About Spelling's Marie Rippel has put together a 240 page book All About Homophones and it is quite a fun read! So fun, in fact, that I decided to suspend all of our spelling studies for two weeks, just to enjoy some time studying homophones.
Homophones are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently. (Think: to, two, and too.) Teaching your children about homophones helps them to learn to spell and use these fun words correctly. All About Homophones is perfect for your 1st through 8th grader, including a long list of homophones and even a suggested grade year to introduce each one. There are tons of worksheets, crossword puzzles, riddles, and tongue twisters. This book includes cards to print (or cut out) and instructions for six homophone card games for real hands-on learning.
The kids and I really enjoyed our Homophone Unit using the All About Homophones ebook. I decided to let them keep all of their worksheets in their own homophone folders which they decorated themselves:
Inside they kept a running list of new homophones they were learning:
Along with their completed worksheets: