all English worksheets
This worksheet encourages your child to read through news reports, picking out the important facts in order to summarise them.
Choo choo! All aboard the phonics train! Check how much your child has learned with this revision worksheet for Year 1. I wonder how many words they can think of?
This worksheet encourages children to recognise rhyming words and then complete a poem using the word list given.
Help your child develop their writing and handwriting skills by asking them to write down instructions for getting ready for school.
Encourage your child to think about sentences written in the present and past tense and use some of their own.
Help your child familiarise themselves with word sounds with this rhyme-matching worksheet. Read the words with them and help them find the sound pairs.
An empty writing frame for children to use to write their own letter. Also prompts the use of time connectives.
This game actively helps your child to memorise spellings and can be adapted for their personal level.
Use this worksheet to encourage your child to read words aloud and then break them into syllables.
Need some practice identifying where to use /s/ and where to use /sh/? This is the perfect say-then-write activity for you.
This worksheet encourages children to improve sentences by adding descriptive words.
Learn all about kennings: practise using just two words words to create a highly descriptive image.
This worksheet helps your child to read and write some tricky high frequency words, by putting them into sentences.
Help your child read different words and identify the /ee/ sound, then colour in the words that contain it.
A worksheet prompting your child to use descriptive phrases and rhyming words to write a riddle about an everyday object.
This practical worksheet encourages your child to analyse a spoken advert and then use some of the same kind of persuasive language in their own writing.
Do you know the difference between an open and a closed question? Use both to conduct and interview and evaluate which work best!
Stretch your child's beginner phonics skills with this rhyming exercise. Find the words that rhyme and write them on the correct lines.
Full stop or question mark? Help your child know when to use which one by putting the correct mark at the end of these sentences.
Help your child understand how to create sentences by having them rewrite these so the words are in the proper order.