Vocabulary & Grammar
Homonyms
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for use in your homes, homeschool, classroom or community centres.  ►►
Activity Home Page.

Homonyms are Words that have the same spelling & pronunciation but different meanings,
e.g. can and can; orange & orange; head & head; jam & jam. Very often the words will be
both a verb and a noun.

The activities and worksheets available through this website are by no means exhaustive, and many far more complex
words can be included in the activities for older learners who have a higher level of
vocabulary/comprehension.  
Exercises are ideal for student/educator interaction and perfect for homeschooling fun.
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Homonym Word List
Cloze the Gap
Homonym Cloze
Definition Drive
What's the Definition 1
What's the Definition 2
What's the Definition 3
Multiple Meaning Bugs
Multiple Meaning Match
Word LookUp
Word Wall Cards
Wordsearch (Easy)
Wordsearch (Harder)


Interactive Crossword Puzzle 1        Printer-friendly Grid        Answer Key
Download this Crossword Puzzle and the Answer Key (PDF format)

Interactive Crossword Puzzle 2       Printer-friendly Grid     Answer Key
Download this Crossword Puzzle and the Answer Key (PDF format)
You will find flash cards, vocabulary exercises and games that can be
adapted to younger or older learners, and some blank cards to “write your
own” in this 120 page book available through
Currclick Publishers.

A fun exercise for children is to walk around the classroom or home/garden
(in fact anywhere will do) and examine objects and think about what the
“opposite” of that object is.  It should be borne in mind that antonyms are not
restricted to nouns or verbs.

Creating lists and matching them to pictures is also another exercise that
young children enjoy; cutting and pasting pictures from a magazine or
newspaper of “opposites” is also an effective exercise.  These exercises are
great for educator/learner interaction and can be included in many other
grammatical or vocabulary lessons.  

Please observe adequate safety precautions when undertaking crafts,
cutting, pasting or other similar activities that require the use of scissors,
heat, small or sharp objects, paste, paint etc.
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