Given two words that sound alike can your child choose the correct one for the context?
Will he write alter when he means altar or cord when he should write chord?
You can use this app to find out.
This app was designed for the convenience of parents considering “Teach Your Child: Homophones Vocabulary Builder – Mobile Learning Help for Active Parents” workbooks and Parent’s Reference.
Its purpose is to help parents decide which if any of these homophones ebooks or printed books to use to help their child master these frequently misused and confused words.
The workbooks feature homophones games, puzzles and quizzes and a test yourself activity, all of which teach your child 10 words at a time using 3 easy steps.
The parent’s reference is your handy guide to over 600 homophones that your child (or you) will learn in the series.
The free printable Homophones Notebook is the above mentioned list of over 600 words with space to record definitions and make notes, thus providing yet another meaningful learning activity.
Even if you are not aware of the “Teach Your Child and Yourself” series, you may still find this app useful.
Go ahead. Try it. You may be surprised by what you discover.
Check your knowledge of 50 frequently misused words with Miss Tammy and Mr. Michael.
Miss Tammy and Mr. Michael are two patient mentors who never get tired. They will always encourage you and gladly help you with your vocabulary and spelling.
Watch out for them, they will be back with many more activities to help you do well at school.
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