Year 5 English worksheets by School Year
Words with unstressed vowels and their definitions have been jumbled up. Children need to cut them up and then match the right ones together.
This worksheet includes words with suffixes which have been divided into two halves. Children need to cut these cards up and then arrange them back into whole words.
A passage of text containing words that have unstressed vowels. Children need to read through and underline any of these words they can find.
A list of words that contain unstressed vowels. Children are asked to identify the vowel that is not heard clearly when the word is spoken.
A list of sentences with no punctuation, which children need to re-write inserting the correct punctuation.
Sentences to cut up and then sort into two piles: 'correctly punctuated' and 'incorrectly punctuated'.
Children are asked to read an unpunctuated passage and rewrite it with the correct punctuation.
Words with the prefix con- and their definitions have been muddled up. Encourage your child to read them and then draw lines matching them up.
A passage of text that includes the perspective of three characters; children need to answer questions prompting them to think about the different points of view.
Cards for children to cut out and re-arrange so that they have made various words with numerical prefixes.
Children need to read a paragraph of text and then use the imagery in it to guide them to draw a picture of what is described.
Examples of three haikus. Children are encouraged to read them and work out what they are about and what the common theme is.
Sentences with gaps that need to be filled by words with prefixes. Children are encouraged to think about which prefixes have been used to form the words.
This worksheet prompts your child to write a letter stating their point of view about a library being built in their town or village.
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This worksheet encourages your child to extend their vocabulary by looking at three different adjectives and then thinking about three alternative words that could be used for each.
An extract of text in which the writer has built up drama and suspense; children need to think about the ways in which this has been achieved.
An extract from a playscript. Children are asked to read the text and think about the techniques used to create a comic effect.
A list of words with various prefixes. Children are encouraged to find out the definition of these words using a dictionary or from their own knowledge.