Play “Concentration” using word cards that are homophones
Using blank index cards, write homophone (words that sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings) words in pairs, one on each card. For example: BARE and BEAR. Write at least 8 sets of words that can be matched by sound like the example above. Place the cards face down on a table, and ask your child to find the matches. When the game is complete, have a discussion with your child explaining that sometimes words and sentences can have more than one meaning, just like homophones.