Elementary school students will take delight in our worksheets on homographs that provide the opportunities of discovering new meanings of words that are spelled the same and even sometimes pronounced the same. Our printable homographs worksheets include an introductory chart, an exercise on producing sentences using homographs to help learners get a clear understanding of the usage of such words, followed by writing two meanings of a homograph, and comprehending the meaning of the homographs using contextual clues to mention just a few.
This batch of worksheets is tailor-made for grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students.
It's time for children to strike up an acquaintance with words that are spelled alike with our illustrative homograph printable chart.
If your little ones have been getting stuck wondering about the different meanings and origin of words, then it's time they are introduced to homographs with our free pdf worksheet.
Learning homographs is all about knowing the different meanings that the word carries to use it appropriately, especially if the pronunciation differs. So, why not get started by perfecting their meanings with this pdf worksheet meant for 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids?
Homographs are learned better in contexts and certainly the best if the contexts are being created by our enthusiastic learners themselves in this free homograph worksheet.