A Pair of Pears
(visual/oral/auditory/kinesthetic)

Students can play this game with a partner. To play, students make cards of pairs of homophones, writing one word on each card. Each player takes six cards. Player 1 spells the word shown on his or her card and asks for its match. If a match is made, Player 1 lays down both cards. If not, Player 1 draws from the pile, and Player 2 takes a turn. The first player to "go out" wins.
card game





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