Foundational Reading Lesson - Correctly use Frequently used Homophones and Antonyms, Grade 3

  • Activity 1 / Antonym Mix-Up

  • Activity 2 / Homophones: Crayons Worksheet

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    What are homophones? Begin this worksheet by asking your kids this simple question. If they are still unsure of the answer to that, you must first give them a thorough explanation of the word ‘homophones’. Homophones are two or more words which do not have the same meaning, but sound alike and are spelled in nearly the same way. Give your kids common examples of homophones like ‘dare’ and ‘deer’. Then, ask them to put the crayons in this printout away by checking the ones with homophones on them.

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  • Activity 3 / Antonyms: Prometheus Worksheet

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    Antonyms are words that can be translated as the opposite in meaning to a given word. For example, the antonyms of the word ‘good’ include ‘bad’, ‘poor’, ‘wicked’ etcetera. Now, give your child another word and ask them to give you some common antonyms of that word. The given word in this worksheet is ‘Prometheus’, which can be translated to having relations with fire. The people in this tracing sheet need to get warm. Ask your kids to help them by tracing the lines to the fireplace if the words are antonyms.

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