all English worksheets
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.
This worksheet gives sentences that can be cut up and re-ordered to help children with structuring text.
These fun word games give your child an opportunity to practise rhyming and alliteration.
Teach your KS2 child these two simple tricks to help them remember how to spell words which don't follow the usual rules.
Which words end with 'ss'? This worksheet will help your child identify /s/ at the end of a word, enjoying themselves with a fun colouring sheet at the same time.
Develop your child's geography and research skills by asking them to use an atlas to identify places. Can they then write about their dream holiday destinations, explaining why they'd like to visit?
This downloadable worksheet will help your child to work on writing simple instructions.
A worksheet demonstrating to children what a simile is and then giving them prompts to write their own.
This game encourages children to think about the shapes of letters within words which will help them with their formation of letters and spelling.
Use this worksheet to encourage your child to clap out syllables in words and then write down how many they think there are.
Use this worksheet to help your child sound out and identify the phonemes in various words.
Encourage your child to think about creating their own book by writing their own contents page.
Challenge your child to find short words within longer words, then create and spell new words using a limited number of letters.