Reception all worksheets by School Year
Play a game of pairs with these ‘z’ and ‘qu’ words. Each player takes it in turn to pick up two words and read them out. If they find the same word, that is a pair and they get to keep them. The winner is the player with most pairs
Which of these words end in ‘ss’? Colour in the pictures of the words that have an /s/ sound at the end.
The adult chooses a letter from this list and says: “I spy with my little eye something beginning with...”; the child has to find all the pictured objects that start with that letter. Then pick a different letter and swap roles.
Print and cut out these words with double consonants and play a game of Pairs.
Cut out the letters below. Can you think of a word that starts with each one? Now listen to these words – can you hear the sounds in the word? Can you find the sounds to build the word?
Play this fun memory game and see how many 'oi' words you know.
Children learn to read and spell high-frequency words, the most common words in English-language texts, throughout primary school. Download a list of the top 100 high-frequency words to use for at-home spelling practice and revision.
Let’s find out which eye colour is the most common amongst your family and friends! You can record your results on this pictogram.
Have a look at these objects. Do you think they are natural or man-made? Can you draw a line to match them to the right shelves?
Can you move this fish across the carpet without touching it? Let's have a race...
This activity is designed to encourage your child to observe the similarities and differences between different materials.
Fancy some pet worms? Discover the amazing life of worms by making your own wormery.
Fill a glass or some empty glass bottles with water halfway to the top. Now tap the side of the glass with a teaspoon. Can you describe the sound that you hear?
Let's explore how air moves by playing a fun game!
There are many different animals living all over the world.They all like to live in different places; some animals like it hot, some like it cold, some like it wet and some like it dry. Cut out the animals on the next page and stick them back into their home environments. Why do you think each animal is suited to living in its home?
Close your eyes. Your mum or dad have made a strange object for you... can you guess what it is? Open your eyes and investigate!
In understanding that living things grow, it is fun for children to observe how they themselves have grown and changed. Children are usually very enthusiastic about talking about all the things they can do!
How would you like to have your own little island? Let's find out how...
It’s easy to make your very own grass head. You can keep your head on the window sill, and you’ll be amazed at how fast it grows!