A Word to the Wise: Understanding Homophones

Homophones are words that sound the same, but have different spellings, so they can be tricky to master. Help your kid sharpen spelling skills with this collection of homophone worksheets. From "new" to "knew" and "ate" to "eight" your child will master common word spellings.

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Homophones Practice: Lessons with Leone

Get your child some homophones practice with the help of this worksheet and his new friend, Leone. Can your child come up with the correct homophones?
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Tyrone

Homophones are words that sound the same but look completely different. Kids get great homophone practice on this writing composition worksheet.
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Ramon

Give your child practice with homophones as he fixes Ramon's sentences by swapping out the incorrect words with their correct homophones.
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Homophone Practice: Help Joan!

This fun homophone practice worksheet sharpens kids' spelling and writing skills as they learn all about homophones.
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Simone

Simone needs a little help learning her homophones. Can your child put her writing composition skills to good use and give Simone a hand?
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Pick the Homophone

Can your second grader choose the correct homophone for each sentence? Make sure he double and triple-checks his spelling!
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Homophone Help

Challenge your second grader to choose the correct word for each sentence from the set in parentheses--giving her plenty of practice with homophones.
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Correct the Homophone

Can your second grader choose the correct word for each sentence? Each sentence contains a word that sounds right, but is spelled incorrectly.
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Which Homophone?

If your second grader needs help with homophones, give her this worksheet to motivate some extra practice time.
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Homophone Hunt

Does your second grader need a grammar boost? If homophones have her troubled, some extra practice is all she needs to get the concept down.
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Another Homophone Hunt

Challenge your second grader to correct each misspelled homophone on this colorful worksheet!
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Fill In the Homophone

Homophones got your second grader down? This colorful worksheet will open her eyes to some common grammar errors, and improve her spelling ability.
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More Homophones

Give your kid practice with an essential second grade concept--homophones--with this pretty printable, full of fun illustrations.
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Buy, By, or Bye?

By, buy, or bye? Does your second grader need help with homophones? She'll get some practice with an important grammar concept with this colorful printable.
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It

Challenge your second grader to complete these sentences correctly, by deciding between the word "its" or "it's" for each one.
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Get a Grip on Grammar: Homophones #11

Help your second grader get a grip on common homophones with a colorful worksheet that asks him to choose the right word for each sentence.
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Get a Grip on Grammar: Homophones #12

Help your second grader get a handle on homophones with a bright worksheet that's set to give her some valuable grammar practice!
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Who

Who's or whose? These commonly mixed-up homophones make for an important grammar lesson for your second grader.
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Your or You

Your or you're? Explore this tricky grammar mix-up with your second grader, explaining when to use the two different types of this homophone.
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Their or They

Help your second grader get a handle on homophones. In particular, this printable explores a sneaky homophone set: they're and their.
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