Homophones and homonyms
This collection of teaching resources will help you teach your class common homophones in the English language.
What is a homophone?
A homophone is a word that has the same sound but a different meaning and/or a different spelling to one or more different words. Common examples include sea/see, their/there/they’re, affect/effect and practice/practise.
Our homophone and homonym activities include worksheets, homophones PowerPoints and games to help children identify, read, spell and understand the different homophones listed in the national curriculum.
You may also like our key stage 2 resource packs, Spellings for year 3, Spellings for year 4 and Spellings for year 5 which include homophone activities and spelling worksheets to support home learning and to prepare children for weekly spelling tests.