EYFS English worksheets by School Year
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.
Cut out all the speech bubbles and all the characters. Can you match the speech bubble to the correct character? Place the bubble so it looks like the words are coming from the character’s mouth!
Sentences start with a capital letter and end with a full stop. Jim has missed out his capital letters and full stops. Can you add them in for him?
Can you cut out these pictures and put them in two piles, one for things starting with ‘s’ and one for things starting with ‘t’? A Phase 2 phonics worksheet, suitable for children in Reception.
Look at the pictures below. Do the words begin with r or f? Cut the pictures out and stick them into the correct circle.
Henry is stuck! He’s been asked to colour in everything on this page which begins with ‘q’. He’s not sure which pictures to colour in. Can you help? Get your coloured pencils out and colour in all the objects below that begin with the letter ‘q’ (the /k/ + /w/ sound).
Do you recognise all these things? Match the pictures that begin with the same sound! Then see if you can spot which one is the odd one out. This is a Phase 2 worksheet, suitable for children at the beginning of Reception.
Let's play I spy! Look around you. Can you see anything that begins with these sounds? Draw pictures in the eyes of things you see beginning with each sound.
Magnifying glass at the ready – it’s time to go on a hunt for ‘h’! Go around your house collecting things that begin with ‘h’. Once you’ve collected five things draw a picture of them in this hat. Ask your mum or dad to help you label them.
Jack and Eva are going on their summer holiday. They’ve drawn a picture list of everything they need to take with them but they’ve missed off the first letters on the words below. Can you use either an ‘h’ or a ‘b’ to complete the words?
Can you be a letter detective and spy the sounds /g/ and /k/ in this box? Colour the ‘g’s in red and the ‘k’s in blue. Then match the pictures to the sound that they begin with and colour the pictures in.
Circle the objects that Ella has seen that begin with ‘a’ and ‘b’.
This sound burglar has been stealing sounds from the words below. Can you see what sounds he has in his bag? Help these words get their sounds back by filling in the missing letters!
A fun way to practise letter sounds! Cut out each letter, make a hole with a hole punch or scissors where the circle is and put some string through it. You need to make one fan for vowels and one for consonants. Once you have made the fans, ask your child to say each sound and think of a word with that sound in it.
There are lots of Christmas things pictured on this worksheet! Say the first sound of each picture. Now can you find the right sound and match it with the rest of the word?
Before children are able to start writing letters and words their hands and muscles need to get used to producing marks on paper. Our Patterns playbook offers your child the opportunity to practise common writing patterns in preparation for handwriting letters at age 4 or 5. It's also a fun way to encourage an older child who has trouble writing particular letters. Can they make some waves, draw some curly baby hair and decorate a birthday cake with Smarties, all while doing some vital handwriting practice?
Can you think of words which contain the sounds /ee/, /oo/ or /ur/?