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Can you turn any of these words into calligrams? Be as inventive as you can! Search the internet for calligrams and be inspired!
Cut out the shape below. Fold along the lines and stick the flaps to make a cube. Then roll your word die and write down a sentence with that word in it. Don’t forget capital letters and full stops! Get your mum and dad to have a go too! Who can write the silliest sentence?
Bella can’t remember where to put a full stop and where to put a question mark. Can you help her?
Choose a word to complete the sentences; there may be a few words you could choose for each, so whichever you prefer!
Are you and your child tired of the same old English revision and practice sessions? Try something completely new and give them these fun English word puzzles instead! They'll review everything from connectives to apostrophes, using what they learn in class to solve codes, crosswords and wordsearches.
Take a break from homework and spelling drills with this collection of word puzzles for Key Stage 1! Each one covers a different concept that your child will learn in English lessons, but presents it as something to solve by remembering what they've been taught in class.
Choose which connectives you'd like to use to join the sentences in this worksheet
Have your child decide which sentences need question marks, and which need full stops.
In this worksheet, your child can practise the -ing rule and add it onto the ends of words.
Help your child get used to using adjectives by turning these plain sentences into ones that are interesting to read.
Help your child practise using similes by completing these phrases to make comparisons.
Can you finish these sentences to show contrasting opinions? Choose a connective from the box below and then write two second parts for each sentence, one supporting zoos and one in opposition to zoos. An example is done for you.
Convert basic notes about a fun day at the Natural History Museum into full sentences and paragraphs.
In this worksheet, your child can practise writing sentences with descriptive words, and understand why they are more interesting to read than sentences without descriptive words.
Help your child understand where and when to use commas and full stops by filling them into the text on this worksheet. Don't forget to add capital letters at the start of new sentences!
In this worksheet, your child can learn how to spell words that end in -tion, and write them in sentences.
This worksheet consists of singular and plural names of animals that children need to match up.
This worksheet gives sentences that need correcting with regards to word order or punctuation.
This worksheet gives sentences that can be cut up and re-ordered to help children with structuring text.