Reception all worksheets by School Year
Sometimes two letters can make just one sound! This activity will enable children to practise the consonant digraph sound /ch/. Write in the boxes, then read together!
Can your child recognise a square, triangle or circle? Look at the different shapes together and ask them to colour them in.
In, on, over, under, inside, outside... all concepts your child will learn in their Reception year. Help reinforce their understanding by labelling things around the house as part of this activity.
Help your child to use their sense of smell to work out which food or drink is put in front of them.
Encourage your child to ask people about their favourite toys and record the information on this simple table.
This game actively helps your child to memorise spellings and can be adapted for their personal level.
Need some practice identifying where to use /s/ and where to use /sh/? This is the perfect say-then-write activity for you.
Can your child compare different heights and pick the shortest or tallest person? Help them practise with this colourful worksheet, then try out their new skill on family members or stuffed toys.
This practical and fun activity will enable your child to measure the snakes with string and compare the lengths using mathematical language.
Encourage your child to use their sense of taste and descriptive skills to work out which food they are eating when blindfolded.
A worksheet to help children think about the names of the parts of the body and write the words on a picture.
Create your own game by colouring in the fish and then cutting them out. The game involves memorising spellings in order to collect as many fish as you can.
Help your child master this vowel digraph with a do-together colouring activity based on the /oo/ sound.
Help your child count objects and match them to the correct digit (1-10).
Full stops, commas, semi colons, apostrophes… Whatever aspect of punctuation your child is grappling with, we’ve come up with a bumper pack of 60 activities to help them practise, as well as a parent's refresher guide to each punctuation mark and how it's used.
Work with your child to draw a design for a toy using labels. Your child can then make the toy and invite someone to play-test it.
A sheet with boxes for you to discuss with your child what they like doing in various places in their spare time.
This game encourages children to think about the shapes of letters within words which will help them with their formation of letters and spelling.
Which words end with 'ss'? This worksheet will help your child identify /s/ at the end of a word, enjoying themselves with a fun colouring sheet at the same time.