Homograph Worksheets To Print:
One Spelling Or More - Find those little guys in the sentences and underline them. Use the first example as blueprint to your work.
Write the Meaning - What does the underlined word mean? Write your explanation on the line that is provided.
Fill the Blank Space - Use the right word from the bank. You can cut and paste them, if you would rather do it that way.
Use These! - Use the eight words to fill ten blanks in the sentences. I would review the meaning of any word you are not sure of.
Making Sentences - Make the words and sentences flow like a symphony! In each
sentence, use the word in a different way with a different meaning.
I Know It - In the sentences, fill in the blank spaces with a homograph from these circles.
Determine the Homograph - Hints are at the bottom of the page. You can work off of all of those missing lettered words.
Homograph Boat - Think about what the homograph is and then complete the words.
Write Sentences with Homographs - Each homograph should have 2 sentences with each sentence containing a different meaning of the homograph. We provide you with example answers, but they will certainly vary.
Match It Up - Draw a line from the homograph to each box of sentences. I suggest that you use think arrows to help you.
Identifying the Homograph - After reading the meaning, underline the associated homograph in the sentence. The first sentence has been done for you.
Defect - 2 sentences per homograph with each of the 2 sentences using the homograph differently.
Pick One Version 2 - Some of these words have some ridiculous pronunciation keys. Just take your time with this worksheet.
Pick One Version 3 - The answer key is embedded in here. Read everything carefully because there is a good deal of text here.
Pick One Version 4 - Last which one is it activity for you to practice this skill and heighten your writing skills.