all English worksheets by Subject
This worksheet explains the use of apostrophes to shorten words and then gives example sentences containing words for children to alter.
This worksheet provides a list of incomplete sentences and encourages children to use the list of adjectives to make the sentences more interesting. This should encourage them to use adjectives more readily in their writing.
Children are encouraged to write sentences containing powerful verbs about the given pictures. A list of powerful verbs is also given to support them.
This worksheet gives children the opportunity to cut out adjectives and then choose the ones they think fit the given picture.
This worksheet helps your child to understand the different kinds of nouns. They need to cut up the cards and then arrange them into piles to demonstrate their understanding of this.
This information text on guitars comes with questions for your child to practise to help them with retrieval of information and naming features of such a text.
This worksheet consists of sentences which need connectives adding in the middle. This will help children to understand which connectives are used in which sentences.
This reading comprehension gives a passage of fiction text for children to read. The questions then encourage children to retrieve information and infer the way that characters are feeling.
This worksheet goes through some tricky spellings and gives ideas on how to learn them. It encourages testing your child on these words within dictated sentences.
Use this worksheet to help your children think about the phonemes in words that are tricky to spell. They then need to practise writing the words unaided, sounding out each phoneme.
This worksheet encourages children to think about the appropriate verb for a sentence and also to think about their own verbs.
This reading comprehension encourages children to think about the feelings and behaviour of characters in a text. It includes answers to the questions.
This reading comprehension includes a passage of fiction which is followed by questions designed to prompt children to retrieve information and infer characters' feelings. It also includes answers.
This reading comprehension consists of a passage of fiction which is then followed by questions prompting children to retrieve information from the text and infer characters' feelings. Answers are also included.
A prefix is a string of letters that is added on to the start of a word. When you add the prefix ‘un-’ to a word, it gives the word the opposite meaning. Can you use this rule to change the meaning of words in these sentences?
This worksheet demonstrates to children how the prefix 'mis' changes the meaning of a word. They are then encouraged to use words starting 'mis' in sentences.
Use this worksheet to familiarise your child with words starting with the prefix 'ex'. It provides them with an activity where they need to match the word with the meaning.
Encourage your child to think about the meanings of powerful verbs, by matching three interesting verbs to one boring one.
Use these verb cards to play two different games which will help your children to become more familiar with interesting verbs.