all English worksheets
Download and print this complete set of English SATs papers from 2006 to help your child prepare for the tests.
Our practice SATs papers have been compiled by teachers to offer your child extra practice when preparing for the Year 6 tests.
This worksheet gives suggestions on how to memorise the spelling of the word 'thought'. The strategies here could be applied to other tricky words.
This worksheet explains alliteration and gives examples of alliterative nouns and adjectives. Children are then encouraged to write their own alliterative sentences.
This worksheet gives various school scenarios which children are encouraged to consider. They then need to think about the course of action they would choose.
Children are encouraged to say the names of various animals, thinking about how many syllables are in each word. They they need to sort these words into boxes, according to how many syllables they have.
This worksheet gives ideas on how to help your child learn the word 'February'. The same activity could be applied to various other difficult words.
This sheet consists of a text on adders for your child to read. They then need to make notes in the boxes to show that they understand how to group information by theme.
This worksheet shows children how to practise basic letter shapes. It will help your child to develop a fluent style by tracing and copying patterns.
This sheet gives jumbled-up instructions on how to make a cheese sandwich. Children need to cut these out and then re-arrange them into order. They are then encouraged to write their own instructions on how to have a bath.
This worksheet gives a list of powerful verbs which all mean 'said' or 'went'. Children need to work out which is which and then arrange them into the columns in the table given.
This worksheet encourages your child to listen to a sports commentary and then become a commentator themselves.
This sheet gives a passage of text, which children need to read through and then decide where to insert full stops, capital letters, commas and speech marks.
This download prompts your child to think about ways in which their playground could be improved. They need to complete a spider-diagram of their ideas.
This sheet shows a passage of text. Children are required to highlight different types of punctuation with different colours.
This sheet shows how to join various letters, paying particular attention to where your pencil needs to go up or down.
This worksheet encourages children to listen to a spoken commentary and analyse it.
This activity helps children to practise basic letter shapes and move the pencil from left to right.
This sheet gives various patterns for children to practise to get them into the habit of forming letters correctly.
This worksheet encourages children to think about the pros and cons of walking to school. It gives a list of connectives and suggests children use these in their writing.