all English worksheets
A fun game involving matching capital letter and lower case letters.
This worksheet encourages your child to read through news reports, picking out the important facts in order to summarise them.
This worksheet encourages children to recognise rhyming words and then complete a poem using the word list given.
Encourage your child to think about sentences written in the present and past tense and use some of their own.
Need some practice identifying where to use /s/ and where to use /sh/? This is the perfect say-then-write activity for you.
Learn all about kennings: practise using just two words words to create a highly descriptive image.
Help your child read different words and identify the /ee/ sound, then colour in the words that contain it.
A worksheet prompting your child to use descriptive phrases and rhyming words to write a riddle about an everyday object.
This game actively helps your child to memorise spellings and can be adapted for their personal level.
Use this worksheet to encourage your child to read words aloud and then break them into syllables.
This worksheet encourages children to improve sentences by adding descriptive words.
This worksheet helps your child to read and write some tricky high frequency words, by putting them into sentences.
What would your child like to change about the area you live in? This Year 6 activity helps them to practise expressing their opinion by writing a letter to a newspaper or the local council.
Help your child master this vowel digraph with a do-together colouring activity based on the /oo/ sound.
This activity will help your child identify powerful verbs and practise using them to improve their writing.
Help your child practise reading CCVC words – consonant consonant vowel consonant – with this worksheet. They will need to read out each sound and then blend them together.
A worksheet prompting your child to write a poem based on common sayings that they hear every day.
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.
Use this worksheet to encourage your child to use comparative words ending in 'er' to complete the given sentences.