all English worksheets by Subject
This worksheet will give your child a starting point from which to write an imaginative poem. Encourages thinking about interesting description and text layout.
This worksheet is designed to help your child understand how to say the singular and plural versions of different animals' names.
Use this worksheet to help your child understand that sentences need to make sense, by matching the sentence halves.
First your child reads a story about a missing cat and then they need to design a poster with the aim of finding him. This is followed up by writing a letter to the cat asking him to come home.
How do we find out about the past? What evidence is available to us, and how can we research events that happened over 100 years ago? This worksheet will help your child develop an understanding of the passing of time and encourage them to think historically.
Can you find all the words that rhyme with 'right'? An excellent activity to help your child practise listening carefully to see if a word rhymes.
This worksheet will help your child to choose words carefully by looking at examples of house details from an estate agent.
This worksheet activity will help your child to understand how long a second and a minute are and use their knowledge to write simple poetry.
Created by an early years education expert, the Engaging with English pack will provide you with lively and original ideas to help bring four popular children’s books vividly to life. Whether your child is in the EYFS or KS1 these activities are the perfect starting point for turning book-shy children into bookworms.
A worksheet to encourage children to generate similes and then organise them into a poem.
Use this worksheet to help your children to re-order words to make sentences that make sense and have capitals and full stops.
This worksheet gives your children questions to prompt them to plan writing their own non-fiction book.
Download and print this complete 2010 English SATs papers pack and help your child to prepare for their Y6 SATs.
Use this fun wordsearch to help develop your child's vocabulary with words associated with time.
A colouring activity sheet to help your child identify words with the /igh/ sound.
Spelling can be tricky. Help your child master the spelling rule for words ending in y with this worksheet, and, for an extra challenge, use them in sentences of their own.
This grammar worksheet will help your child to practise writing simple letters linked to a personal experience.
A game involving thinking of a sport and then answering yes / no questions on it; encourages children to develop questioning skills and listen attentively.
This worksheet encourages children to look at a piece of prose and improve it with their own phrases, before transforming the prose into a poem.