EYFS English worksheets by School Year
What words can you think of that end in /sh/ or /ch? Can you write in the missing sounds in these words?
Use sounds from the three different buckets to make as many words as you can. Write the words on the lines.
Patterning will help your child practise ascending and descending strokes, rounded shapes and more in preparation for handwriting. Get started today with some cake decoration – on paper only!
Handwriting requires good pencil control and precise strokes and movements. Help your child prepare for writing letters, words and sentences with our series of patterning worksheets (very satisfying as well as very useful!).
By drawing patterns your child learns to make shapes that are regular, sized and spaced correctly and placed on the lines they're writing on. There's no better introduction to handwriting, so get the coloured pens and pencils out and get patterning!
By creating patterns your child will learn to hold a pencil, produce shapes with it and train their muscles for handwriting. They'll also enjoy using their 'handwriting' pens and pencils to draw and colour!
Patterning is a vital first step for learning handwriting. Introduce your child to creative, fun doodling and start building their handwriting skills today.
Boost handwriting and spelling skills with this worksheet. The focus is on some of the high-frequency words your child will learn to read, spell and write in Reception and Year 1; letter formation guides and dotted line versions are provided to help them practise.
Keep boredom at bay with some brilliant puzzles for KS1 and KS2! Your child will need to use all their spelling and numeracy skills to solve wordsearches, crosswords, Sudoku and Wordoku – and there are a few extra challenges to keep them busy, too!
Your child will do lots of phonics learning at school – so why not use games to help them put their new skills into practice at home? Our Phonics games learning pack, created by a KS1 teacher (and parent), offers ten games and activities to choose from. Everything you need to start playing, from instructions to game boards and a sound die, is included in your download – print off your bingo counters, sharpen your pencils and have some fun!
What is dyslexia? Who does it affect and what are the key signs a child might be dyslexic? The Resources and support for dyslexia pack offers a complete overview, from how dyslexia is identified to at-home support strategies, expert tips to encourage a love of reading and links to further resources and advice.
This handy interactive phonics sounds worksheet will help you practise the sound of each phonic with your child by the 7 groups they'll be learning them in. See how many other words can you think of that give examples of each sound. Move your mouse over the letters to hear the sounds.
A brilliant bundle of 10 Christmas-themed literacy and numeracy worksheets, as well as fun activities for children of all ages.
This handy phonics sounds worksheet will help you practise each phonics sound with your child by the 7 groups they'll be learning them in. How many other words can you think of that give examples of each sound?
Why are some children reluctant to read, and what can you do to help them fall in love with books? From exploring non-fiction to making reading a feel-good pleasure, we explain how you can turn a reluctant reader into a bookworm. Happy reading!
Can you find the words in our summer holiday wordsearch?
Full stops, commas, semi colons, apostrophes… Whatever aspect of punctuation your child is grappling with, we’ve come up with a bumper pack of 60 activities to help them practise, as well as a parent's refresher guide to each punctuation mark and how it's used.
This game encourages children to think about the shapes of letters within words which will help them with their formation of letters and spelling.
Does your child’s spelling really let their writing down? Have fun with spelling offers you practical and effective strategies to help support your child’s learning at home, based on a real understanding of how spelling is taught and why it’s tricky to master. The bad news? Your child will be beating you at Scrabble before you know it!