EYFS English worksheets by School Year
Have a look at the sounds /sh/ and /ch/. Have fun saying the two sounds – do you sound like a train?
Think of something you’d like to write a story about. What’s going to happen at the beginning of your story? Use pictures and words to explain.
Do you remember the story of the Three Little Pigs? Read it with your mum or dad, or tell them the story to remind them! Cut out these sentences below. Can you read the words? Ask an adult for help if you need it. You need to make three piles of sentences: one for the beginning of the story, one for the middle of the story and one for the end.
Cut out the shape below. Fold along the lines and stick down the flaps to make a cube. Then take turns to roll the sound die. Each player has to think of a word containing the ‘u’ or ‘i’ sound they roll. Then write down your words.
Use the sound button! Press the button and say the sound, then say the word.
Read these pairs of sentences. Can you put a circle around what is different in the second sentences? Now can you do your own pair now? Ask someone to spot the difference!
We are going to look at words beginning with ‘c’ and words beginning with ‘l’. Can you read these words? Break the words up into the three or four sounds they are made up of.
These animal names have vowels missing! Can you match the correct vowel to the animal?
Some words have one or two tricky letters in them. These words we just have to learn to read and spell correctly, we can’t only use ‘sounding out’. Cut out all the words below and hold them in a pile. Sit in front of your child and show them one of the words. Then show them some of the other words; when you show them a word they’ve already seen they shout ‘Full Circle’!
Read the sounds in the phoneme frame below. Can you say each word out loud? Cut out the sounds below. Can you use them to make up some words?
Molly has written some sentences at school. She didn’t have time to draw pictures to go with the words. Can you read her sentences and then draw a picture to go with each one?
Rosie has written some instructions about how to brush your teeth. She’s got a bit jumbled up though! Can you cut out the sentences and put them in the correct order?
Can you circle the ‘ng’ sound in each of these words? These funny aliens all have silly names ending in the ‘ng’ sound! Can you read their names?
Look at the pink and orange words below. Can you see that they all have ‘ll’ endings? Draw sound buttons under each word. The first one is done for you.
Read the words and draw a picture showing what the word says.
It’s your birthday and you’re having a party! Draw a list of five things you’d like to have to eat. Write the words next to each of your pictures (just write the first sounds you can hear if you can’t write the whole word).
Some of these words match some of the pictures. Match up the ones that you can. Which words are missing? Can you write them?
Can you match the sentences on the left to the pictures on the right? Ask your mum or dad to help you read the words if you need to.
Here are some pictures. Match the picture to the letter that it begins with.
Ask your mum or dad to help you cut out the four rectangles. On each one write a sentence starting “I can…” and draw a picture of yourself doing the thing you can do (jumping or dancing or skipping, maybe?). When you’ve completed each rectangle staple them together to make a book.