All Things Vocabulary

Synonyms, Antonyms,Homophones,Multi-Meaning Words,&Analogies

PART 1 - Synonyms, Antonyms, and Homonyms

Watch this Brainpop vidoe about Synonyms, Antonyms, and Homonyms


After you watch this video, take the review quiz.

Homophone Word Choices

Choose 2 of these sets of homophones to create sentences.

Commonly misused homophones

Watch these 2 short videos to review the correct uses of these commonly misused homophones: their, there, they're, your, you're
Learn the difference between there, they're and their
Your and you're

PART 2- Multiple Meaning Words (Multi-Meaning Words)

Watch these videos to review your knowledge of multi-meaning words.
Multiple Meaning Words
Multiple Meaning Words

Multi-Meaning Word Choices

Choose 2 of these words to create sentences.

Multi-Meaning Jokes

(Pay close attention to the words in bold.)

What kind of jam can't be eaten on toast?

A traffic jam!

Why can't a leopard play hide and seek?

Because he's always spotted!

What did the fork say to the egg before the race?

I'm going to beat you!

What has four wheels and flies?

A garbage truck!

What has lots of teeth but can't chew?

A comb!

Why did the gardner plant his money?

He wanted his soil to be rich.

something to think about....

Would this picture be an example of a homophone or of a multiple meaning word? Explain what you think.


Watch the following video about how analogies are used to show different objects or ideas are related.
Analogy Lesson

Analogy Choices

Pick 3 to complete using a bridge map.