Homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings and they are spelled differently.
Terms in this set (30)
There was a full moon last _____.
The _____ rode his horse to the castle.
I looked for my hat, but I did not _____ it.
The waves in the _____ were very big after the storm.
I _____ chicken and rice for dinner.
We went to the pet store and saw _____ puppies.
The _____ is very hot in the summer.
My neighbor has three daughters and one _____.
I sit _____ my best friend at school.
She will _____ some food for us at the store.
My dad said he will wait _____ for me.
We can _____ the crowd shouting for our team.
They can _____ around the lake in their new boat.
I will go to the store when they have a half-off _____.
My Grandma _____ me a present for my birthday.
I put every _____ I find into my piggy bank.
She does so many nice things _____ me.
The farmer has three or _____ more chores to do.
I have brown eyes, but my sister's eyes are _____.
The wind _____ all of the leaves off the trees.
We are going _____ the swimming pool this afternoon.
I need _____ pencils in case one breaks.
I lost a mitten, so now I have only _____ .
We had a race in gym class and I _____.
My dog always wags his _____ when I come home.
My mother read me a _____ about a giant that lived long ago.
We need some sugar, eggs, and _____ to make a cake.
I will pick a pretty _____ in my garden for you.
Using my _____ hand was the _____ thing to do.
He will _____ a letter to his friend every week.