This game is ideal for re-teaching and reinforcement of #homophones. These cards have fifty pairs (including a few triplets) of homophones, some of them are: aloud/allowed, beer/bare/bear, eight/ate, flower/flour, mussel/muscle, cellar/seller, doe/dough, night/knight, rose/rows, rite/right/write, no/know, raise/rays, see/sea, you/ewe, poor/pour/pore, bored/board, scene/seen, peace/piece, etc. $
Homophones Card Game: Homophone Rummy allows for students to match pairs of homophones in their hand by drawing from the deck. Each player starts out with seven cards and may draw from the deck or discard pile. If they draw from the discard pile, they must pick up the entire pile and use the top card to make a pair. The player who gets the most matches at the end of the game is the winner.