Many websites list homonyms for kids, including Let Kids Lead, Your Dictionary, and Enchanted learning. Books Kids Love also recommends a few books that teach children about homonyms. Kids who prefer a more interactive way to learn homophones can play educational games on websites such as Learning Games for Kids.
Homonyms are words that sound the same but have different meanings. These words, additionally are not always spelled the same. Some examples of homonyms are: ant/aunt, bare/bare, hair/hare and toe/tow. Many websites listing homonyms for kids also include printable practice worksheets and quizzes. Let Kids Lead provides definitions of both words in a homonym pair to help kids understand their separate meanings.