EYFS English worksheets by School Year
Let's practise using the sounds /g/, /c/, /k/ and /o/ with a game of Initial sounds I spy!
Let's play initial sound pairs! Ready, steady...
Play Initial sound dominoes and help your child to tune into initial sounds in a fun, relaxed way.
Be a sound detective and see if you can identify these objects from the sounds they make!
Wilf the wizard is having problems with his potions. All the ingredients for each potion need to start with the same sound. Can you help him match the ingredients to the correct potions?
A fun activity focusing on the second set of letters and sounds children encounter during phonics lessons – i, n, m and d.
Here is a fun activity to help get your fingers ready for writing when you start school.
A fun (and messy!) activity that focuses on the initial sounds /t/ (as in toast) and /p/ (as pizza).
A fun game to help your child recognise rhyming words.
A fun animal activity to help your child practise focused listening, a key skill they will need in the classroom
Listening to and breaking up words into their sounds is how children begin to read and spell. Here is a fun game to help your child start blending CVC words.
Use stickers, pom-poms or any other collage materials you have to hand to fill in the letters i and n in these objects.
Listening to the way sounds change, for example by getting louder or quieter, can help children develop their focused listening skills. Here is a great game to help develop these skills.
Body percussion is all about making beats and music with your body. Have a go at some body percussion patterns and see how long can you keep them going.
Here's a great game to help your child to hear the different sounds within words and then blend them together to make a word they recognise.
Find out what your child will learn in Reception English, maths and science, try out a few learning activities and read our top tips about how to support their learning and development in our free, downloadable Reception Taster Pack.
Help your child recognise capital letters and practise using them correctly with this simple worksheet for Reception children.
Help your child read a text and then imagine how it might continue. They'll be taking their first steps into creative writing and story telling!
How many different full sentences can your child make with these words? Remember that a full sentence needs to start with a capital letter and end in a full stop.
This simple game is designed to help support and reinforce the learning of the Phase 3 phonics sounds /oo/, /ar/, /or/ and /ur/.