all English worksheets by Subject
Encourage your child to think about how sentences are structured, by getting them to sort these sentences into those with one piece of information and those with two pieces of information.
Download and print this complete set of English SATs papers from 2004 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
A colourful worksheet to help your child identify the first sound in a word, write it down, and move on to reading the word.
Sometimes the same sound can be written in different ways. This sheet enables children to choose when to use the grapheme 'ee' and when to use the grapheme 'ea' to represent the sound /ee/, as part of a colouring activity
Understanding that words rhyme is an important part of your child's phonics and reading journey. This Reception worksheet helps them match rhyming words.
This activity forms part of the English curriculum for speaking and listening. It will develop an understanding of the importance of giving instructions and listening carefully to instructions. The activity can be adapted for all ages and should be done with a parent or carer.
A worksheet to support your child with reading and recognising the vowels in the centre of CVC (consonant, vowel, consonant) words.
A worksheet encouraging children to think of ideas and then structure them into an acrostic poem.
This worksheet consists of singular and plural names of animals that children need to match up.
Encourage your child to think of past tense verbs and then use them in sentences.
Download and print this complete set of English KS2 SATs papers from 2003 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Digraphs can be tricky for young children to master. Help your child to identify words containing the sounds /oo/ and /ee/ with this download.
This poetry worksheet encourages your child to experiment with adjectives used to describe someone in order to write an acrostic poem / puzzle.
A very first wordsearch for beginner readers. This puzzle contains phonemes and words your child will be learning in Reception and is easy enough for Reception children, though they might need some support from you. A solution to the puzzle is also included!
A weird and wonderful new creature has been discovered and you’re one of the only people in the world to have seen it with your own eyes! Share your experience by writing a description of the creature using your senses.
A fun join-the-dots activity that will help your child with learning their alphabet.
A worksheet encouraging children to read a limerick and think about its structure, then structure their own limerick.
This worksheet gives sentences that need correcting with regards to word order or punctuation.
Use this memory game to help your child to remember the spellings of some tricky high frequency words.