The lesson encourages students to keep a homophone collection by writing down at least 5 pairs of homophones they see throughout the lesson, which will be shared at the end. First, the students are asked to sort word pairs to determine whether they are homophones. The students are then introduced to the idea of memory tricks to remember homophones. For example, the word "ear" is in the homophone "hear." Students are also reminded to consult a dictionary when a homophone is unknown, such as stationary and stationery. The students then match a picture to a sentence that contains a homophone. This is followed by picking the correct homophone to complete a riddle. A listen and spell slide, as well as a crossword, create more practice opportunities. Students will also toss dice to find pairs of homophones. Finally, the “What did you learn? slide reviews the meaning of a homophone and allows them to share their homophone collections.