Introduce children to homophones, and let them make most of the promise that homophones have in store. Owing to their similarity in pronunciation, word pairs like "sea and see" and "rode and road" are bound to trick youngsters. So, they must be equipped with the necessary know-how to tell the meaning of each homophone. This free printable homophones chart gives children a clear definition of homophones and stocks them with five pairs of common homophones.
The chart is ideal for students of 2nd grade through 5th grade.
CCSS: L.2.4, L.4.5, L.5.5