This week we are looking at the "s" sound (see Tuesday's Literacy page). For today's activity, choose some of your words and put them into sentences of your own (at least four sentences please).
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Today we are starting our work on homonyms.
Homonyms are words that sound the same and are spelled the same but which have different meanings
e.g. trip can mean to fall over or a short journey
right can mean correct or the opposite of left
Homonyms are often used in jokes, for example,
Log in to EducationCity https://go.educationcity.com and use the "On a Wing and a Mare" activity to practise using homonyms.
Then download the "50 Homonym puzzles 20-1-21" PowerPoint and see who can be the first person in your house to work out the answers!
Write eight sentences of your own on the back of your page showing how each of these words can have two different meanings.
trunk can duck last