KS2 English worksheets by School Year
This worksheet requires children to imagine that they have been given a large sum of money and then use paragraphs to write about what they would do with it.
This activity will help your child identify powerful verbs and practise using them to improve their writing.
This worksheet encourages your child to write instructions on how to play a game for a child who does not speak English.
This worksheet encourages your child to read through news reports, picking out the important facts in order to summarise them.
Develop your child's geography and research skills by asking them to use an atlas to identify places. Can they then write about their dream holiday destinations, explaining why they'd like to visit?
This worksheet details an activity involving setting up an obstacle course as a basis for practising clear spoken instructions.
Download and print this complete 2010 English SATs papers pack and help your child to prepare for their Y6 SATs.
Let your child use their imagination to create a camouflage outfit, helping them explore ideas about designing for a purpose.
A game involving thinking of a sport and then answering yes / no questions on it; encourages children to develop questioning skills and listen attentively.
Download and print this complete set of KS2 English SATs papers from 2009 and help your child revise and prepare for their Year 6 tests.
This English worksheet will help to develop your child's skills of reading and understanding poetry. It encourages creativity and will help your child write in an imaginative and poetic way.
A worksheet guiding children on how to make an obstacle course to complete blindfolded while another child gives instructions. Provides an opportunity for speaking and listening attentively.
Download and print this complete set of English KS2 SATs papers from 2003 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
This worksheet will help your child to choose words carefully by looking at examples of house details from an estate agent.
A worksheet prompting your child to write some similes which they can then work into a poem.
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 worksheet shows an example diary entry and then encourages children to write their own, thinking about various features of diary writing.
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!
Use this worksheet to think of ingredients for a spell. This activity encourages children to write an imaginative poem and set their words and pictures out in an eye-catching way.