Some words sound alike but are spelt differently and have totally different meanings.
These are called homophones.
The Greek word 'homo' means 'same' and 'phone' means 'sound'.
In this activity, we will be looking at homophones and writing the correct one to complete each sentence.
Homophones are sometimes spelt differently depending on whether they are nouns or verbs. So, in this activity we will also be looking at word class. This means whether a word is a noun, adjective, verb etc.
Here's a reminder:
Noun - is a naming word or a person, place or thing
Adjective - is a word that describes a noun
Verb - is an action word
Adverb - describes how you do the verb
Preposition - describes where something is
Let's get started on those questions!