As you will see from the picture on the left, homophones are words that sound the same but mean different things and are spelt differently. Sometimes it can be tricky to figure out which one you should be using in your spelling!
One of the homophones that we often confuse is 'there', 'their' and 'they're'. Deciding which one means what can become quite tricky so I want you to watch the clip below to help you with this!
What does their mean? Give an example of how you might remember this.
What does there mean? Give an example of how you might remember this.
What does they're mean? Give an example of how you might remember this.
NOW TRY TRY TO FIND ALL OF THE HOMOPHONES BELOW IN THS WORD SEARCH! JUST DRAG THE CURSOR OVER THE WORDS AS YOU FIND THEM. IF YOU GET TIME WRITE THE HOMOPHONES DOWN IN YOUR BOOK WITH THE MATCHING ONE. FOR EXAMPLE BEAR, BARE