Primary English-Commonly Confused Words

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Last Updated: Mar 20, 2023

This set of 16 Taskcards provide the perfect opportunity for students to practise using commonly confused homophones. Suitable for Primary School English.
This interactive powerpoint asks students to use the words the words ‘where’, ‘were’, ‘wear’, ‘we’re, to complete sentences.
Kids are asked to fill in the blank in sentences using the correct form of these different homophones.
They will automatically be told if right or wrong. Powerpoint includes Family Fortunes sound effects and the answers will move to the right place in the sentence when clicked.

This Grammar Interactive Powerpointt is super easy to use and simple to slot into your learning plan.
You could use them as a starter activity. Or you could send it out as homework tasks after a homophones lesson. Can be used on a Smartboard or as a revision exercise sent through Teams or Google classroom.

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  • Curricular Area(s)
    Primary Language Curriculum

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