Aa cut and stick or matching activity first used with New Deal students (laminate for re-use). Makes a good start up activity or prompt for discussion and form filling practice.
Three beautifully clear handouts on three sets of common homophones along with a practice sheet on there – their – they’re.
Homographs has a clear handout about ‘bat’ and a practice sheet on ‘bow’ and ‘scales’.
Match the words used on forms to their meanings (laminate to make a great re-usable game) and then practise your skills on the example forms.
Useful handout with definitions and examples of homonyms, homophones and homographs. Great for promoting discussion and also for teacher reference.
A great handout to help with spelling and working out the meaning of unfamiliar words. Covers sow, bow, invalid, row and minute.
Reference sheet (for students and teacher) with examples and tips to help you remember what these words mean. Would also make a good classroom poster if blown up to A3.