Images included in Homophones pack 1: affect/effect, ate/eight, bare/bear (2 versions for “bare” as my nephew said “eeewwww! I can see her bum!” And got all shy), cent/scent/sent, flour/flower, foul/fowl, guessed/guest, paws/pause, peace/piece and ring/wring.
Images included in Homophones pack 2: hair/hare, meat/meet, one/won, pain/pane (pane saved with and without and arrow), pair/pare/pear (shoes saved in pink and blue), peak/peek, read/reed, root/route, sea/see (sea saved with and without an arrow) and toe/tow.
Images included in Homonyms pack 1: address (speech and mailbox – mailbox saved with and without words), bark (dog and tree – tree saved with and without arrow), cast (play and broken leg), change (coins and boy getting dressed), chest (box and body part), down (direction and feather), match (pair and fire lighter), mole (animal and blemish – blemish saved with and without arrow), park (playground and car park) and wave (greeting and sea).
Images included in Homonyms pack 2: bat (animal and sports equipment), block (toy and movement), duck (animal and movement), fall (season and movement), fine (punishment and well), scale (fish and measurement – fish scale saved with and without arrow), spring (season and metal device), stalk (stem and move silently), tire (in need of rest and rubber cover of wheel – tire saved as an alone tire and tire in a tree), trunk (animal and box – elephant trunk saved with and without an arrow).
Images included in Heteronyms pack 1: bow (bəʊ/baʊ), desert (dɪˈzəːt/ˈdɛzət), invalid (ˈɪnvəlɪd/ɪnˈvalɪd), minute (ˈmɪnɪt/mʌɪˈnjuːt), perfect (ˈpəːfɪkt/pəˈfɛkt), refuse (rɪˈfjuːz/ˈrɛfjuːs), seperate (ˈsɛp(ə)rət/ˈsɛpəreɪt), sow (səʊ/saʊ), tear (tɛː/tɪə), and wind (wɪnd/wʌɪnd).
Images included in Heteronyms pack 2: bass (beɪs/bas), close (kləʊs/kləʊz), convict (kənˈvɪk/ˈkɒnvɪkt), dove (dʌv/dəʊv – dove saved as a white and brown bird), excuse (ɪkˈskjuːz,ɛkˈskjuːz/ ɪkˈskjuːs,ɛkˈskjuːs), lead (liːd/lɛd), present (ˈprɛz(ə)nt/prɪˈzɛnt), produce (prəˈdjuːs/ˈprɒdjuːs), project (ˈprɒdʒɛkt/prəˈdʒɛkt), and row (raʊ/rəʊ).