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Pumpkin Homophone Puzzles

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Kids will have fun practicing homophones with these super cute, free printable homophone puzzles. This literacy activity is fun for kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students during October and fall.

Kids will have fun practicing homophones with these super cute, free printable homophone puzzles. This literacy activity is fun for kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade students during October and fall.

Homophone puzzles

Do you know what a homophone is? Homophones are two words that sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. For example sun and son are read the same, but one means the sun that shines in the sky and the other means a male child. Another example is hair and hair. They are not only spelled differently, but they mean two completely different things – bunny and hair you brush. These pumpkin homophone puzzles are a fun way for kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students to practice matching homophones with a fun, engaging activity for fall.

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educational, hands on homophones activity for first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade kids

Simply print in color on cardstock or laminate for durability. Then cut along the dotted lines to not only cut out the pumpkins, but make them into puzzles.

If you print them front and back the name of the picture will appear on the back of the puzzle piece too in case kids get stuck with what a picture is.

These are simple to make and LOW PREP!

fall pumpkin homophones puzzles

Students will then match pumpkin halve so they have a pair of homophones – the word sounds the same, but it is spelled differently and means different things.

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