Second graders play a card game designed to review homonyms. They must match homonym pairs and use them in a sentence for each. Whoever gets the most matches, wins.
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Adapting the Game Concentration
I love classroom games, and this plan deftly describes how you can use the game Concentration across the curriculum to reinforce skills. I wish I would have thought of this when I was teaching this age level. These kinds of games are...
1st - 12th English Language Arts
Mixed-Up Meanings--A Homophones Matching Game
Students grasp the concept of homophones and their importance in everyday communication with others. They gather examples of common homophones and fabricate a simple language arts game based on matching two homophones correctly together...
1st - 6th English Language Arts
Are You a Super Sign Speler or Speller?
Why is spelling important? Develop your class' spelling skills. They examine examples of homonyms, heteronyms, and creative spelling. They also photograph misspellings in the real world in order to discover the importance of spelling...
K - 6th English Language Arts
Hidden Picture: Back-to-School "Puzzle"
In this language arts worksheet, students examine a detailed picture of a school and playground with 17 hidden pictures. Students locate the objects that are hidden by reading a story with highlighted words that give clues about what to...
2nd - 3rd English Language Arts