EYFS English worksheets by School Year
Playing rhyming eye spy will help your child to ‘tune in’ to the sounds in words which will help them when it comes to reading and spelling.
How good is your memory? Listen to this popular story then see if you can remember some of these facts from the story.
Writing your name is important when you get to school. This name builder activity will help you to recognise the letters and begin to spell your name.
Books are amazing and can take you on some incredible adventures. Ask a grown-up to read one of your favourite stories, then see if you can answer some questions with the help of an adult.
At school, you will need to follow your teacher’s instructions. This activity will help you to practise following instructions carefully and develop finger strength.
Listen up! It’s time to go on a sound hunt. Go for a walk, with a grown-up, around your home, your garden or in a park. How many of the sounds can you hear? Tick the box if you hear the sound.
Have you heard the popular nursery rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle? Listen to it again and see if you can spot the words that rhyme.
Can you sing the nursery rhyme and make up some actions? What do you think Incy Wincy spider might have done when he got to the top of the waterspout? Doing the actions with your hands helps to make your fingers nice and strong.
You will need to write your name on all your work at school, so your teacher knows who it belongs to. Try this name writing challenge.
Help your child become familiar with all the letters of their name with this alliteration game. It's a fantastic way to tune in to the sounds in words.
Penny the penguin has sent a postcard from where he lives in Antarctica. She would love it if you could send a postcard back!
Making sound shakers is a lot of fun and can help your child ‘tune in’ to different sounds.
When you get to school, you will need to find your name on your peg and around your classroom. This activity will help you be ready to recognise your name when you see it!
We can make lots of sounds using our bodies by clapping, stomping and more! We can also try making different sounds with our voices. Have a go with this fun, animal cards game!
This activity is a fun way to help train your finger muscles. Can you roll, twist, squash and squeeze the playdough into the shapes of the patterns below? What other patterns can you make?
Read this story with a grown-up, listening carefully for the things that Billy hears during his very noisy day. Can you join in with the story, making the sounds that Billy can hear?
Do you know the two letters and sounds /m/ and /d/? Let's have some colouring fun with these letters.
This activity looks at the sounds /g/ and /o/. Can you colour in all the grapes with a g on them in green? Then trace over all the spots on the octopus with a black pen. The spots will look like the letter o!
Can you spot the odd one out? Say the words and listen to the sounds you can hear at the beginning of the words. Find and circle the odd one out.