Reception all worksheets by School Year
Can you help the animals through the mazes? Follow the words that rhyme with your pencil to help them to their snacks.
Four children have put some of their marbles into a dish. They each have different-coloured marbles. Using these clues, can you work out who has which colour marbles?
This fun game is designed to support your child’s progress in phonics and covers some of the Phase 2 sounds.
These five children each have a bag of marbles but the bags have been muddled up. Can you help them to find the right bags?
This game is designed to support accurate counting skills, reinforce the idea of “more than” and “less than” and develop an understanding of the maths symbols + and -.
Can you help Captain Clumsy cross the river to get to her treasure? Her map tells her she can only cross on the stones that create a repeating pattern. Can you spot the path she needs to take and colour the last two stones the right colour?
Help your child to count the spots accurately and then find the correct number on the game board.
This game is designed to support early number recognition and counting skills. Help your child to count the spots accurately and then find the correct number on the game board.
These children want to put their marbles in order, starting with the person who has the smallest number and ending with the person who has the most marbles.
Can you solve the puzzle and stick the pieces of this clock back together?
Each column and row in the orange square must contain one of each 3D shape – a cylinder, a sphere, a cube and a cone. Cut out the spare shapes on the next page and practise different combinations to see if you can solve the puzzle.
The words below include the vowel graphemes ‘ear’, ‘air’, ‘ure’ and ‘er’. Can you spot them? Cut out the words and place them face down on the table.
Mr Elephant wants to collect the heavier objects and his friend Miss Mouse wants to collect the lighter objects. Can you help them?
Cut out the words below and ask your grown up to hide them around the room for you to find. No peeking! When you have found all the cards, read them to your grown up. Sort each word into the table below. Which grapheme (‘ay’, ‘a_e’’, ‘ai’) has the most words? Which has the least?
These words include the vowel graphemes ‘ai’, ‘ee’, ‘igh’ and ‘oa’. Can you spot them? Cut out the words and place them face down on the table.Turn a card over and read it aloud. Which sound can you hear? Write the word in the table. Which sound has the most words? Which has the least?
Are you the tallest person in your family or the shortest? Are the items in your home taller or shorter than you? Let's do some measuring to find out!
Cut out the words below and ask your grown up to hide them around the room for you to find. No peeking! When you’ve found all the cards, read them to your grown up, then pick three to write sentences for.
Draw around your hand on the paper or card and cut it out. Use your cut-out hand to measure things around your house, like a toy, a cupboard door, your bed. Now ask a grown-up to draw around their hand and cut it out. Measure your objects again, using your grown-up’s hand instead of yours. What do you notice?
Prepare for the traditional first-day-of-school photo by printing out our free school-year signs (UK school years from Reception to Year 8). New academic year, here we come!