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48 Halloween themed task cards that review 24 common, yet tricky homophones. Knowing the difference between homophones is an important skill students need for reading and writing. Each pair of words has a task card with a cloze sentence in which the student must select the correct homophone. A recording sheet is provided for each set of cards.
Use the cards for instruction or review. Perfect for guided reading, for use under a document camera, projected onto an interactive white board, as a literacy center, or for a game of scoot.
Differentiate the activity by selecting the homophones to use, the number of cards to present at one time, or allow students to work with a partner.
Perfect for second and third grade, end of first grade, home school, and special education.
Homophone pairs included:
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This is my 21st year teaching Special Education students. I have taught grades Kindergarten through 5th, both in an inclusion and a self contained setting. I love creating engaging, fun materials for my students and for teachers to use in their classrooms!