all English worksheets by Subject
Encourage your child to become familiar with past and present tense sentences, by getting them to read and match up the ones given here.
Download and print this complete set of KS2 English SATs papers from 2009 and help your child revise and prepare for their Year 6 tests.
A worksheet to help your child practise different techniques to help them learn to spell words.
It's so exciting when children start to put sounds together and realise that they can read! Practise some CVC words together with this handy activity sheet and watch their confidence grow.
Full stops, commas, semi colons, apostrophes… Whatever aspect of punctuation your child is grappling with, we’ve come up with a bumper pack of 60 activities to help them practise, as well as a parent's refresher guide to each punctuation mark and how it's used.
This English worksheet will help your child to write captions and complete sentences, using a full stop at the end.
A worksheet guiding children on how to make an obstacle course to complete blindfolded while another child gives instructions. Provides an opportunity for speaking and listening attentively.
This worksheet shows children how to structure a haiku and then gives them prompts on how to write their own.
This worksheet encourages children to look at the shape of words to help them with their spelling.
Encourage your child to take out a non-fiction book from the library. These questions will prompt them to look for and use the features of the book, such as blurb and contents.
Download and print this complete set of English SATs papers from 2003 to assist your child in preparing for the tests.
Suitable for KS1 and KS2, Dragon's Gold is a spelling game for two players and will help your child practise any list of words. A great way to help your child prepare for the weekly spelling test (painlessly!).
Help children understand more about vowel digraphs with this practice activity. Children can use their existing knowledge of decoding CVC words to read words that have two vowels but make one sound.
Does your child’s spelling really let their writing down? Have fun with spelling offers you practical and effective strategies to help support your child’s learning at home, based on a real understanding of how spelling is taught and why it’s tricky to master. The bad news? Your child will be beating you at Scrabble before you know it!
This Key Stage 1 writing worksheet will help your child to recognise and use full stops and capital letters.
A worksheet prompting your child to write some similes which they can then work into a poem.
This poem encourages children to write a poem about something that they often make a fuss about. They are given a writing frame to support them.
Encourage your child to read this poem out loud and then look for the rhyming words.
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.