all English worksheets
Does the igh sound make you sigh in the night? This worksheet will help you see the light! Practice with all your might and you will soon be soaring high!
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.
This English download will help your child to explain how to do something clearly and step by step. It is aimed at Year 1 pupils and can be done with a parent or carer.
A worksheet prompting children to look for words associated with time in a poem. They then need to sort these words into categories.
This worksheet shows an example diary entry and then encourages children to write their own, thinking about various features of diary writing.
Use this reading comprehension to help your child with reading aloud and answering questions on a text.
This worksheet allows your child to write their own sentences using the given connectives.
These sentences each contain two parts joined by a connective. Encourage your child to underline the two parts of each sentence in different colours.
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.
This activity will enable your child to recognise the /ea/ sound, which can be represented by a number of different graphemes, and practise reading and writing it.
This great word game helps children get familiar with all aspects of poetry including rhyming and alternative patterns.
This fun with phonics activity will help your child to make patterns of sounds to create effects.
This worksheet encourages your child to write instructions on how to play a game for a child who does not speak English.
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.
Words for your child to cut out and then re-order into sentences. This activity will help them with understanding word order and how to use capitals and full stops.
This worksheet gives jumbled-up verbs in the present and past tense. Children need to match each present tense verb to its past tense form.
A worksheet prompting your child to use the contents page in an information book and then write out facts from a particular page.
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 matching game to help children identify the initial sound of a word. With your help, they can then sound out the letters in the rest of the word and read the word in full, using the picture as prompt. Excellent confidence booster for beginner readers.