Homophone Worksheets To Print:
Word Banks - We give
you a whole bunch of words to choose from to complete all of the sentences.
Whose or Who's - We focus on the use of this pair within sentences. This
is always tricky. I find saying it aloud helps a bunch.
Common Words - You will
find these to be very Vanilla. Take your time and you might want to read each twice over.
Correct It - We adjust
the reading level down just a bit here. Read the sentence. Write the correct word on the line.
Fill It Homophones - I
would verbally say each and every sentence first. In some cases you have two choices for each statement.
Wear, Where, and We're
- The second most common misused homophone set. See if you know how to use them properly in a statement.
Homophones - Rewrite the sentence, using the correct homophone.
If there are no mistakes, and each homophone is used correctly, write:
There are no errors.
Homophones - Complete the sentences by filling in the blank
with the correct word. The words of choice are pointed out immediately after the blank.
Due Homophones - Choose which homophone (do or due) properly
completes each sentence. Write the word in the blank space.
- Stuff it all in here. Take the correct word and see where it belongs. You have a word bank, which should help you out.
and You're - This is the one most people have trouble with because
they rush. Start by reading the example and work off of that.
the Same - Where is it in the sentence? Make sure to point out the meaning of the word before you use it in a sentence.
the Sentence - If there are no mistakes, and each homophone
is used correctly, write: This sentence is correct.
Finishers - Complete the sentences by matching the correct homophone.
Write the letter of the homophone in the space provided.
Place One 1 -
Circle or highlight the correct word. Some of these choices students may have not seen before.
Fill in the
Blanks - Complete the sentences by filling in the blank with
the correct word. These exercises follow a similar pattern to previous worksheets.
Place One 2 -
Rep it out! More practice for you with homophone usuage. Circle or highlight the correct word.
Frequent Uses -
More work for you. I never even realized the example words were that closely sounding. See what you think.
More Sentence Work -
Put your thoughts to good use now. See what you think of this example.
How Does It Sound? -
Fill in all the gaps. You might want to read them back to yourself, so that they sound right.
Clear Review -
One last one for good luck! You can never get enough practice with this skill.
- You will continue to define words that match this pattern and then write a complete sentence.
- Something just doesn't feel right about that sentence. You will need to correct a few words here.
- Edit and correct any incorrect homophones. I would suggest reading sentences multiple times.
The Write One? -
Yes, "write" was used improperly. You got us! Edit and correct any incorrect homophones.
Clues - Write the
correct word for each clue. This will require a good vocabulary library.
Moderate Clues - This
is the stuff! One more time, but the words are a little more advanced.
Review of It All -
A final review practice worksheet for you. A great way to end off this section.
More Homophone Worksheet Topics:
Meanings of Related Words - You will learn how to differentiate vocabulary words. This helps us attain a higher level of fluency.
Affect vs. Effect - This is common and most often improperly used pair for you. If you can determine the part of speech it serves, that is the key.
There, They're, Their - I think I messed these up even in college. Even to this day, I must say them aloud to myself while using one of them.
To, Too, Two - One of these represents a number, so that should help. When you are tired, that is when misuse occurs.
You, Your, You're - It is a tough one to get right the first time you see it. It is really the last two that cause the problem.