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(version A) Name:_______________
Homophone Hunt!
Directions: Hunt for the homophones used in this story. Circle the
correctly spelled homophone that would complete the sentence.
Last (week/weak) we left the city to go on an
adventure with our
(aunt/ant). Aunt Betty,
the (bear/bare), took
us on a (plain/plane) ride.
(Some/Sum )of us wanted
to (meet/meat) up with (hour/our) friend Dan, the
(dear/deer), but we didn’t have (time/thyme).
(Ant/Aunt) Betty had other plans for us.
She took us (two/to/too) a forest and all we
could (sea/see) were trees. We walked deep into the
forest and after an (hour/our) (Ant/Aunt) Betty
suddenly stopped. In front of us was a fallen tree.
She said, “Do you (hear/here) that?” We all leaned in
close. (Aunt/Ant) Betty lifted up the log and
revealed a family of (eight/ate) black (aunts/ants).
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
The ant family sat at a long (wood/would) table
eating (there/their) dinner. They sat
(there/they’re) eating a feast of
(meat/meet), vegetables, and bread. The father (aunt/
ant) stood up and said, “What can I help you with?
Please don’t eat us! For if you (ate/eight) us we
(would/wood) taste very (plain/plane)!” Aunt Betty
replied, “We don’t want to eat you, we just need help
finding the (Blue/Blew) River. Do you know the way to
the river?” “Yes, yes I do!” said the father ant. “It’s
just down this path, over the (road/rode), then down
the hill,” he said. We thanked him and went on (our/
hour) way.
The wind (blew/blue) through our fur and we
(knew/new) we were close. Finally, when we reached
the river Aunt Betty asked, “Does anyone (know/no)
why I have brought you here?” Just then a big (red/
read) fish jumped from the water. The smallest baby
bear cub raised his hand and said, “Are you going to
teach us how to fish?” Aunt Betty replied, “Yes! That
is (right/write)!” We could not wait to learn!
It was going to be (one/won) great day in
the forest!
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
(version A) Answer Key!
Name:_______________
Homophone Hunt!
Directions: Hunt for the homophones used in this story. Circle the
correctly spelled homophone that would complete the sentence.
Last (week/weak) we left the city to go on an
adventure with our
(aunt/ant). Aunt Betty,
the (bear/bare), took
us on a (plain/plane) ride.
(Some/Sum )of us wanted
to (meet/meat) up with (hour/our) friend Dan, the
(dear/deer), but we didn’t have (time/thyme).
(Ant/Aunt) Betty had other plans for us.
She took us (two/to/too) a forest and all we
could (sea/see) were trees. We walked deep into the
forest and after an (hour/our) (Ant/Aunt) Betty
suddenly stopped. In front of us was a fallen tree.
She said, “Do you (hear/here) that?” We all leaned in
close. (Aunt/Ant) Betty lifted up the log and
revealed a family of (eight/ate) black(aunts/ants).
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
The ant family sat at a long (wood/would) table
eating (there/their) dinner. They sat
(there/they’re) eating a feast of
(meat/meet), vegetables, and bread. The father (aunt/
ant) stood up and said, “What can I help you with?
Please don’t eat us! For if you (ate/eight) us we
(would/wood) taste very (plain/plane)!” Aunt Betty
replied, “We don’t want to eat you, we just need help
finding the (Blue/Blew) River. Do you know the way to
the river?” “Yes, yes I do!” said the father ant. “It’s
just down this path, over the (road/rode), then down
the hill,” he said. We thanked him and went on (our/
hour) way.
The wind (blew/blue) through our fur and we
(knew/new) we were close. Finally, when we reached
the river Aunt Betty asked, “Does anyone (know/no)
why I have brought you here?” Just then a big (red/
read) fish jumped from the water. The smallest baby
bear cub raised his hand and said, “Are you going to
teach us how to fish?” Aunt Betty replied, “Yes! That
I
is (right/write)!” We could not wait to learn!
It was going to be (one/won) great day in
the forest!
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
(version B) Name:_______________
Homophone Hunt!
Directions: Hunt for the homophones used in this story and highlight
each one.
Last week we left the city to go on an
adventure with our aunt.
Aunt Betty, the bear, took
us on a plane ride.
Some
of us wanted to meet up
with our friend Dan, the deer, but we didn’t
have time. Aunt Betty had other plans for us.
She took us to a forest and all we could see
were trees. We walked deep into the forest and
after an hour Aunt Betty suddenly stopped. In
front of us was a fallen tree.
She said, “Do you
hear that?” We all leaned in close. Aunt Betty
lifted up the log and revealed a family of eight
black ants.
The ant family was sitting at a long wood table
eating their dinner.
They sat there eating a
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
feast of meat, vegetables, and bread.
The father ant stood up and said, “What
can I help you with? Please don’t eat us! For if
you ate us we would taste very plain!” Aunt Betty
replied, “We don’t want to eat you, we just need
help finding the Blue River. Do you know the way
to the river?” “Yes, yes I do!” said the father ant.
“It’s just down this path, over the road, then
down the hill,” he said. We thanked him and went
on our way.
The wind blew through our fur and we knew
we were close. Finally, when we reached the river
Aunt Betty asked, “Does anyone know why I have
brought you here?” Just then a big red fish
jumped from the water. The smallest baby bear
cub raised his hand and said, “Are you going to
teach us how to fish?” Aunt Betty replied, “Yes!
That is right!”
We could not wait to learn! It was
going to be one great day in the
forest!
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
(version B) Answer Key!
Name:_______________
Homophone Hunt!
Directions: Hunt for the homophones used in this story and highlight
each one.
Last week we left the city to go on an
adventure with our aunt.
Aunt Betty, the bear, took
us on a plane ride. Some
of us wanted to meet up
with our friend Dan, the deer, but we didn’t
have time. Aunt Betty had other plans for us.
She took us to a forest and all we could see
were trees. We walked deep into the forest and
after an hour Aunt Betty suddenly stopped. In
front of us was a fallen tree.
She said, “Do you
hear that?” We all leaned in close. Aunt Betty
lifted up the log and revealed a family of eight
black ants.
The ant family was sitting at a long wood table
eating their dinner.
They sat there eating a
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
feast of meat, vegetables, and bread.
The father ant stood up and said, “What
can I help you with? Please don’t eat us! For if
you ate us we would taste very plain!” Aunt Betty
replied, “We don’t want to eat you, we just need
help finding the Blue River. Do you know the way
to the river?” “Yes, yes I do!” said the father ant.
“It’s just down this path, over the road, then
down the hill,” he said. We thanked him and went
on our way.
The wind blew through our fur and we knew
we were close. Finally, when we reached the river
Aunt Betty asked, “Does anyone know why I have
brought you here?” Just then a big red fish
jumped from the water. The smallest baby bear
cub raised his hand and said, “Are you going to
teach us how to fish?” Aunt Betty replied, “Yes!
That is right!”
We could not wait to learn! It
was going to be one great day in the
forest!
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
(version C) Name:_______________
Homophone Hunt!
Directions: Hunt for the homophones used in this story and highlight
each one. Some are spelled incorrectly. If a homophone is used
incorrectly make sure to correct it by spelling it properly above the
misspelled word.
Last weak we left the city to go on an
adventure with our aunt.
Aunt Betty, the bear,
took us on a plane ride.
Sum of us wanted to
meat up with our friend Dan, the deer, but we
didn’t have time. Ant Betty had other plans for
us.
She took us to a forest and all we could sea
were trees. We walked deep into the forest and
after an hour Aunt Betty suddenly stopped. In
front of us was a fallen tree. She said, “Do you
here that?” We all leaned in close. Ant Betty
lifted up the log and revealed a family of ate
black ants.
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
The ant family sat at a long would
table eating their dinner. They sat they’re
eating a feast of meet, vegetables, and bread. The
father ant stood up and said, “What can I help you
with? Please don’t eat us! For if you eight us we
wood taste very plane!” Aunt Betty replied, “We
don’t want to eat you, we just need help finding
the Blue River. Do you know the way to the river?”
“Yes, yes I do!” said the father ant. “It’s just
down this path, over the rode, then down the hill,”
he said. We thanked him and went on hour weigh.
The wind blue through our fur and we new we
were close. Finally, when we reached the river
Aunt Betty asked, “Does anyone no why I have
brought you hear?” Just then a big red fish
jumped from the water. The smallest baby bear cub
raised his hand and said, “Are you going to teach
us how to fish?” Aunt Betty replied, “Yes! That is
write!”
We could not wait to learn! It was
going to be won great day in the forest!
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
(version C) Answer Key!
Name:_______________
Homophone Hunt!
Directions: Hunt for the homophones used in this story and highlight
each one. Some are spelled incorrectly. If a homophone is used
incorrectly make sure to correct it by spelling it properly above the
misspelled word.
week
Last weak we left the city to go on an
adventure with our aunt.
Aunt Betty, the bear,
took us on a plane ride.
Some
Sum of us wanted to
meet
meat up with our friend Dan, the deer, but we
Aunt
didn’t have time. Ant Betty had other plans for
us.
see
She took us to a forest and all we could sea
were trees. We walked deep into the forest and
after an hour Aunt Betty suddenly stopped. In
front of us was a fallen tree. She said, “Do you
hear
Aunt
here that?” We all leaned in close. Ant Betty
eight
lifted up the log and revealed a family of ate
black ants.
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
wood
The ant family sat at a long would
there
table eating their dinner. They sat they’re
meat
eating a feast of meet, vegetables, and bread. The
father ant stood up and said, “What can I help you
week
with? Please don’t eat us! For if you eight us we
would
plain
wood taste very plane!” Aunt Betty replied, “We
don’t want to eat you, we just need help finding
the Blue River. Do you know the way to the river?”
“Yes, yes I do!” said the father ant. “It’s just
road
down this path, over the rode, then down the hill,”
our
way
he said. We thanked him and went on hour weigh.
blew
knew
The wind blue through our fur and we new we
were close. Finally, when we reached the river
know
Aunt Betty asked, “Does anyone no why I have
here
brought you hear?” Just then a big red fish
jumped from the water. The smallest baby bear cub
raised his hand and said, “Are you going to teach
us how to fish?” Aunt Betty replied, “Yes! That is
right
write!”
We could not wait to learn! It was
one
going to be won great day in the forest!
© Jackie from Neat, Sweet, & Hard to Beat
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