By Linda Beech
The reproducible pages during this e-book supply step by step guideline in introducing and training other forms of analogies.
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A 46 1. A class and example 2. B synonyms 3. C same class 4. C antonyms 5. B homophones 6. C synonyms 7. A part/whole 8. B antonyms 47 1. A same class 2. C part/whole 3. B homophones 4. A antonyms 5. B same class 6. C class and example 7. B synonyms 8.
1. cheep : cheap :: __________ ride : rid case : chase band : banned 2. bury : berry :: __________ close : clothes cherry : cheer rat : rate 3. ate : eight :: __________ eat : food nine : ten bold : bowled 4. bee : be :: __________ chews : choose busy : buzz lip : mouth 5. cellar : seller :: __________ buyer : buy loot : look principle : principal 6. fir : fur :: __________ tree : three snooze : nap dew : due 7. made : maid :: __________ poke : punch rap : wrap build : built 8. pour : pore :: __________ loan : lone ball : bail chop : cut THINK!
Here 5. hole 13. sea 6. no 14. aunt 7. plane 15. threw 8. flour 16. deer won steal dear see THINK! What other homophones do you know? Analogies: Grades 4-5 © Linda Ward Beech, Published by Scholastic Teaching Resources B O X 35 Homophones Name Homophone Sentences Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. 1. Real sounds like reel, and stare sounds like _____. step star stair 2. Beach sounds like beech, and foul sounds like _____. fowl foal bird 3. Stake sounds like steak, and profit sounds like _____.
Analogies Grades 4-5 by Linda Beech