CLASSROOM – Homonyms
In the Classroom, National Novel Writing Month is a popular project each year, and knowing your homonyms is helpful. This week we take a look at just a few in a way that gives the students an opportunity to be creative while exploring these words. Educators can build their lessons around the coloring page introduce it as a side topic. The page introduces a single homophone, too. Will your students find it?
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Download and print the Homophones Coloring for your students. Explore National Novel Writing Month projects with your students to encourage the creativity and benefits of writing skills they will all use the rest of their lives.
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THIS WEEK’S PROJECT
Homonyms are words that are spelled the same and sound the same but have different meanings. When we tell a story, the context of the sentence tells the reader which word we mean. Download and print the homonym coloring page to explore some of these words.