This is a fun grammar activity to help students review the confusing homophone pairs that are related to the contractions you’re, it’s and they’re.
The homophones covered are the following:
- there, their, they’re
- your, you’re
- its, it’s
While a sheet is included that briefly explains the differences, it is assumed that you have previously taught these homophones.
This activity could be used as a classroom assessment, a homework assignment, extra credit, or for students who finish their regular work early and need a fun activity. Coloring is good for the brain!
Because this picture is meant to look like a realistic nature scene, you will need a variety of shades of similar colors.
You will need the following shades of crayons, colored pencils or markers for this picture:
- Off white
- Pale yellow
- Dark yellow
- Dark brown
- Blue gray (or a blue-green)
- Forest Green (or a green-blue)
- Rose (or pink)
- Dark Blue
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