Homograph Fun

The idea that one word can have two meanings is often confusing to children. Quia has created a great Homograph Game to provide extra reinforcement. The game can be played with one or two players. It is set up just like a Jeapordy Board. The player must choose their point value; the higher the points the more difficult the question.

 

Quia is short for Quintessential Instructional Archive. For a small fee, teachers can subscribe to Quia to access all of their resources, such as templates to create custom games, worksheets, webpages, and much more. Check out the Shared Activities for a free sampling of what other teachers have created using Quia. – Melissa

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