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Homophones are words that sound exactly the same, but have completely different meanings. This page has lots of printable homophone worksheets you can use in your classroom.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ()
Read the clues and write the correct pair of homophonesHomophone Baseball Sentences Free
Choose a homophone word from the box to complete each sentence.Synonym, Antonym, and Homophone Review Member
Quiz or practice sheet that deals with antonyms, synonyms, and homophonesHomophones 1 Member
Which homophone correctly completes each sentence?Homophones 2 Member
Choose the correct homophone to complete each sentence.Homophones 3 Member
Students must write the meaning of each homophone word and use the word in a complete sentence.Homophones 4 Member
Look at the pictures. Circle the correct homophone that matches each picture.Brown Caterpillar
Homophone Story Member
Read the story. Cross out the incorrect homophones and replace them with correct homophones.Choose the Homophone Member
Each sentence has a blank line and two homophones to choose from. Choose the correct one and write it on the line.Choose the Homophone #2 Member
Pick the correct homophone to complete each sentence.
Decide whether each sentence uses the wordThey're, There, Their Member
Learn about the differences between the words their, they're and there. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.Your and You're Member
Decide which sentences use the word your and which ones use the word you're.Its and It's Member
Choose between your and it's and its for each sentence.
See Also:Homograph Worksheets
Homographs are words that are spelled the same, but have different meanings. Sometimes they have different pronunciations too. (example: Take a bow. Tie the bow.)Synonyms and Antonyms
Learn about synonyms and antonyms with these worksheets.