KS2 English worksheets by School Year
A worksheet to encourage children to generate similes and then organise them into a poem.
Teach your KS2 child these two simple tricks to help them remember how to spell words which don't follow the usual rules.
A worksheet with an example letter, encouraging your child to write a letter to a pen friend, using the correct structure.
This worksheet encourages children to look at a piece of prose and improve it with their own phrases, before transforming the prose into a poem.
Challenge your child to find short words within longer words, then create and spell new words using a limited number of letters.
An empty writing frame for children to use to write their own letter. Also prompts the use of time connectives.
This worksheet shows children how to structure a haiku and then gives them prompts on how to write their own.
What's your child's dream holiday destination? Their task is to write a leaflet advertising it to persuade people to book their holiday there. They'll need to understand holiday-brochure writing, select the right style and write persuasively. Can their writing convince you to visit?
A worksheet prompting your child to use descriptive phrases and rhyming words to write a riddle about an everyday object.
This poem encourages children to write a poem about something that they often make a fuss about. They are given a writing frame to support them.
Does your child feel passionately about the environment? Encourage them to see the argument from both sides and present two pieces of writing, one 'for' and one 'against', about a given issue.
A worksheet prompting your child to write a poem based on common sayings that they hear every day.
A worksheet encouraging children to think of ideas and then structure them into an acrostic poem.
It's your child's turn to make the front page! Ask them to plan and report on a local issue, interviewing friends and family to get quotes.It will help them understand how newspaper reports are written, as well as encouraging them to become more aware of a local issue.
A worksheet demonstrating to children what a simile is and then giving them prompts to write their own.
A worksheet encouraging children to read a limerick and think about its structure, then structure their own limerick.
How do we find out about the past? What evidence is available to us, and how can we research events that happened over 100 years ago? This worksheet will help your child develop an understanding of the passing of time and encourage them to think historically.
A worksheet with a passage of writing that your child needs to read over and mark, inserting the correct punctuation.
A worksheet giving prompts for children to think and write about the setting, structure and language of their favourite poem.