EYFS English worksheets by School Year
An activity to support your child's speaking skills. It involves blindfolding someone and then giving clear instructions on where to go.
Can you find all the words that rhyme with 'right'? An excellent activity to help your child practise listening carefully to see if a word rhymes.
Pictures for your child to cut out and then re-arrange into an order that makes sense. This activity supports your child's storytelling skills.
A colouring activity sheet to help your child identify words with the /igh/ sound.
A fun game involving matching capital letter and lower case letters.
It's so exciting when children start to put sounds together and realise that they can read! Practise some CVC words together with this handy activity sheet and watch their confidence grow.
This game actively helps your child to memorise spellings and can be adapted for their personal level.
Help children understand more about vowel digraphs with this practice activity. Children can use their existing knowledge of decoding CVC words to read words that have two vowels but make one sound.
Create your own game by colouring in the fish and then cutting them out. The game involves memorising spellings in order to collect as many fish as you can.
Stretch your child's beginner phonics skills with this rhyming exercise. Find the words that rhyme and write them on the correct lines.
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This worksheet gives various school scenarios which children are encouraged to consider. They then need to think about the course of action they would choose.
Children are encouraged to say the names of various animals, thinking about how many syllables are in each word. They they need to sort these words into boxes, according to how many syllables they have.
This worksheet shows children how to practise basic letter shapes. It will help your child to develop a fluent style by tracing and copying patterns.
This sheet shows how to join various letters, paying particular attention to where your pencil needs to go up or down.
This activity helps children to practise basic letter shapes and move the pencil from left to right.
This sheet gives various patterns for children to practise to get them into the habit of forming letters correctly.
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