What is it about?
What are homophones?
Homophones Free is FREE but there are more add-ons
English Homophones Full Version
App Store Description
What are homophones?
Homophones are words that sound alike, although they have different spellings and meanings.
• 15 homophones, with a sentence for each word
• Two different skill levels
• Audio pronunciation for every word
• Every word is clickable and pronounces the word
• A picture for each sentence
• Images and audio can be turned on or off
• A play button to re-read the sentence
How to use this app:
In Level One, a series of sentences appears on the screen. For each sentence, the student is presented with a pair of homophones, and must slide the correct word into the sentence. When each sentence appears, the sentence is spoken by the app, and a picture appears to help the student understand the sentence.
Level Two is the same as Level One, but there are no pictures or audio. The student must read the sentence to understand it.
This app allows each student to work at their own level. It is ideal for self paced learning or home schooling.
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Recommended Ages: 7-9
Categories: Reading, Vocabulary, Grammar
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