Homophone Task Cards | Autumn Theme

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Give your grade 4 and grade 5 learners the opportunity to practice/review their ELA grammar skills with this set of Autumn-themed task cards focusing on homophones.


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Here is a fun, Autumn-themed set of task cards that will have your learners eager to practice their ELA skills. Designed for learners in grade 4 and grade 5, these task cards focus on homophones. Each task card relates to Autumn activities including Fall festivals, homecoming, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, changing leaves, and making tasty treats. As learners work their way through the 20 cards, they will read a sentence and choose from two homophones to complete/fill-in the sentence. A recording sheet is included for learners to write their answers. All cards are available in a color version, as well as a black and white version. Please note: color and b& w versions are IDENTICAL. An answer key is also provided.

 When you purchase this product, you will receive:

 PAGE 1: Task Cards 1-4 (apple treats, hibernation, pumpkin festival, weather)

PAGE 2: Task Cards 5-8 (Thanksgiving, Fall Festival, football, leaves)

PAGE 3: Task Cards 9-12 (Fall changes, homecoming, Veterans Day, hayride)

PAGE 4: Task Cards 13-16 (geese migration, leaves, trick-or-treat, corn maze)

PAGE 5: Task Cards 17-20 (squirrels/acorns, apple/pumpkin pie, costumes, Mayflower)

ANSWER RECORING PAGE: 2 sheets per page to reduce number of copies/amount of ink.



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Homophone Task Cards | Autumn Theme