KS1 English worksheets by School Year
Let's play a game of sound snap. Listen out for the /igh/, /air/, /ear/ and /ure/ blends!
Let's play a game of sound snap! Listen out for the /ar/, /or/ and /ur/ blends.
This list of words include an ‘o’, pronounced as the short vowel sound /u/. Look at the clues on the right and enter the words into the boxes on the left. Use the code numbers above each letter to work out the mystery word at the bottom of the sheet.
In these nouns the final -y is preceded by a consonant. When the singular word is made plural (when there is more than one) the -y is made into an i and -es is added. Can you complete these sentences?
Help your child improve their pencil control and number sequencing with a few dot to dot puzzles. An exclusive extract from The Puzzle Activity Book (£5.99, Buster Books).
Get weekly spelling practice organised with our printable spelling lists, blank and ready to be filled with your child's assigned words. Attach the list to the fridge for quick revision sessions before the weekly spelling test.
A blank Look, Cover, Write and Check spelling words list to download and print to help your child practise their weekly spelling words and prepare for tests.
Reinforce your child's early spelling skills with a pack of simple spelling tests, designed to help them practise the phonics and spelling work they're doing in the classroom using the Look, Cover, Write and Check method.
Help your child brush up their spelling skills at the end of KS1 with our pack of practice 'tests', designed to help them revise common Y2 spelling patterns and high frequency and exception words.
Can you find the ‘tch’ graphemes in these sentences? Draw a line under them then write your own sentences with these words.
Can you find the 'ph' digraphs in this wordsearch?
There are different ways of writing the sound /or/. Ask a grown-up to cut out the words at the bottom of the page and read them to you without you seeing the spelling. See if you know which grapheme each one uses to represent the /or/sound and write it on the notebooks .
Can you draw a line between the word and the corresponding picture. Remember that the ‘ai’ grapheme also makes the /ai/ sound, and so does the split vowel digraph a_e. When you have matched up all the pictures to the words cut them all up into individual words and pictures and mix them up. See if you can match each word to its picture now that you have lots more options.
Read the following words without an ‘e’, then add an ‘e’ to them and see how it changes the words. Then read these sentences and underline the words that have split vowel digraphs. Now can you write your own sentences including split vowel digraph words?
Can you fill in the missing words in the crossword and sentences? Every answer will be a word that is a split vowel digraph.
Can you read these sentences? When you get to a polysyllabic / long word, cover up the second half of the word. Read the first syllable and then uncover the rest of the word to read it.
Read the sentences on these puzzle pieces and see if you can find the matching pictures.
See if you can guess what these pictures are and write the words underneath. All the words start with the consonant blends sm, fl or gl.
This worksheet concentrates on these adjacent consonants: mp nt st nk. Can you write the words next to the pictures, then think of as many rhymes as you can for each word?