Sound Alikes (7-6-15)


From Summer Activities for Children, Part 3:

Let’s play “Sound Alikes.” Take turns thinking up words that sound alike but have different meanings. For example, “dear” and “deer.” Or, “see” and “sea.” Once two “sound alikes” are suggested, continue adding more, if you can think of them – like add “C” to “see” and “sea.” By the way, these are called “homonyms.”

Come back to Daily Parenting Tips each day for another fun activity.

See more activities at:

Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 1

Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 2

Summer Activities for Children (2015), Part 3.

 

 

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