I wanted to put together a game that would be a fun way for them to connect the different spellings of these words with contextual sentences.
Each context sentence has two of the different homophones that could fit in the sentence. I am going to laminate my puzzles, so my students can either circle the correct homophone, or write the word on the line with dry erase markers.
I included a homophone dictionary that gives a simple definition for each word. If the students are unsure on which spelling of the word would complete the puzzle they can use the dictionary as a reference tool.
For example: Tie this belt around your _______. They may not be sure which waste/waist is correct. If they use the dictionary they will read:
waste: Unwanted or leftover material.
waist: The narrow part of the human body above the hips.
This will help them to be able to make the correct choice: Tie this belt around your waist.
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