Homographs for 5th Grade

Here is a quick summary of the differences between homographs, homophones and homonyms.
Homographs are words that have the same spelling, but have different meanings. They may, or may not, sound the same. For example: the word, lead, as in the metal, and the word, lead, as in to guide.
Homophones are words that sound the same, but have different meanings and are often spelled differently. For example: the word, flower, which is a plant, and the word, flour, which is what you use to back cakes, muffins and pastries with. Homonyms are words that share the same spelling or pronunciation, but have different meanings. For example: the word, bat, can be a homonym because it can refer to a flying mammal or a piece of sports equipment used in baseball.