Dino-Dinner: Hadrosaur Homophones (Weather/Whether/Wether, Sentence Level)

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by Speakeasy Speech Pathology

Price: 25 points or $0.25 USD

Subjects: speech,similaritiesAndDifferences,vocabAcquisitionAndUse,knowledgeOfLanguage,elaLanguageGrammar,receptiveLanguage,expressiveLanguage

Grades: 2,3,4,5,6

Description: Mr Hadrosaur needs your help. He likes eating words, especially those that have more than one meaning. But he has gotten confused! Can you help him remember the multiple meanings of some important words? Then you can put them on his plate to eat! Yummy! Hadrosaur Homophones has 3 commonly confusing homophones (words that sound the same, but are spelt differently, and also mean different things) including: -Weather: the state of the sky or atmosphere. -Whether: means an alternative or contrast to a group. Similar to 'if'. -Wether: a neutered goat or sheep. Once the kid has found the correct spelling, they can say it out loud in a sentence. Hadrosaur Homophones can improve your child's vocabulary and language skills. It also teaches kids about the tricky world of words with multiple meanings (homophones), and how to use them.