Today, I have a free homophone practice worksheet to share with you. I often make new worksheets when I notice particular problems crop up in the kids’ writing. Today’s sheet highlights these homophones:
It is free to download here:
I have another set that we pulled out from a very long time ago. 🙂 If anyone has slightly younger kids, they might want to do this activity instead so I thought I would upload that file as well. 🙂 It’s also free to download! Enjoy! ~Liesl
Here is another homophone practice sheet I made a while back: their/there/they’re and its/it’s page (Free)
Our comma rules and practice sheets also tend to have a lot of downloads each day:
Comma Rules and Practice (Free Worksheets) (pictured above)
And here are some of our other free grammar worksheets
- The use of apostrophes, quotation marks and underlining
- Quotation Marks – Said and Asked Words
- Grammar Practice Sheets: Irregular Verbs and Nouns
- More Irregular Verb and Plural Noun Practice Sheets
- Grammar Sheets: Lay-Lie, Piece-Peace, Accept-Except
At the beginning of the post I explained that we tend to focus more on spelling at the beginning of the year using All About Spelling program (affiliate link) We’ve used this since my oldest was in early elementary. Again, you can find out why we love this spelling program in this post.
We have various spelling activities that I’ve made for the kids that go along with the spelling program we use. The kids really love when we play games in our homeschool and I’ve made various spelling sorts and board games as they’ve practiced some of the spelling words. Here are some of the spelling packets I’ve made:
That’s about it. If you have any questions, be sure to drop me a note!
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