KS1 all worksheets
A fun game to encourage your child to use the word 'because' in longer sentences when they are speaking and writing.
This worksheet explains the rules for changing the tense of verbs ending in 'e' and also those that end in 'hissing' and 'buzzing' sounds.
This worksheet explains the use of apostrophes to shorten words and then gives example sentences containing words for children to alter.
This worksheet gives children the opportunity to cut out adjectives and then choose the ones they think fit the given picture.
This worksheet consists of sentences which need connectives adding in the middle. This will help children to understand which connectives are used in which sentences.
This worksheet goes through some tricky spellings and gives ideas on how to learn them. It encourages testing your child on these words within dictated sentences.
Use this worksheet to help your children think about the phonemes in words that are tricky to spell. They then need to practise writing the words unaided, sounding out each phoneme.
A prefix is a string of letters that is added on to the start of a word. When you add the prefix ‘un-’ to a word, it gives the word the opposite meaning. Can you use this rule to change the meaning of words in these sentences?
Use this worksheet to encourage your child to use appropriate adjectives to describe a picture.
Number lines, the counting on method and 'borrowing' numbers are all covered in our guide to subtraction, a complete overview of what your child will be taught about 'taking away' numbers at school.
Find out how addition is taught in schools and the addition topics your child might ask about. This guide explains what you need to know about hops, partitioning numbers, column addition and long addition.
During Years 1 and 2 your child will be expected to learn to read and spell high-frequency words as well as the days of the week, months of the year, numbers to twenty and colours. Help them practise at home with our colourful flashcards.
In KS1 maths your child will learn to calculate using a number square. Print out our versions (plain, jungle-themed and very colourful!) to help them practise addition and subtraction at home.
Long, longer, longest... confusing isn't it? Help your child grasp the concept of comparative measurement with this worksheet containing key vocabulary.