all Non fiction worksheets by Subject
This exercise is a great way to help your child practise descriptive writing. Talk about recent holidays your family has gone on, and what your child remembers from them. Can they write a letter to a friend, telling them about the holiday?
Time capsules are fun ways to find out what life was like in decades past. If your child could make a time capsule, what would they put in it? Encourage them to think carefully about what they'd include, and explain their reasons on the worksheet.
This instruction text worksheet helps your child understand the correct way to explain a detailed process, and also gives you a recipe for a tasty treat!
Help your child understand how instructions are ordered by having them fill in the blanks on this worksheet to complete the recipe.
This English worksheet will help your child to write captions and complete sentences, using a full stop at the end.
This worksheet gives your children questions to prompt them to plan writing their own non-fiction book.
This activity forms part of the English curriculum for speaking and listening. It will develop an understanding of the importance of giving instructions and listening carefully to instructions. The activity can be adapted for all ages and should be done with a parent or carer.
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.
What would your child like to change about the area you live in? This Year 6 activity helps them to practise expressing their opinion by writing a letter to a newspaper or the local council.
A worksheet with an example letter, encouraging your child to practise writing their own letter with the correct structure.
Encourage your child to think about creating their own book by writing their own contents page.
What's your child's dream holiday destination? Their task is to write a leaflet advertising it to persuade people to book their holiday there. They'll need to understand holiday-brochure writing, select the right style and write persuasively. Can their writing convince you to visit?
A worksheet with an example letter, encouraging your child to write a letter to a pen friend, using the correct structure.
Encourage your child to write sentences about an outing they have been on. The sentences need to contain two pieces of information each.
Does your child feel passionately about the environment? Encourage them to see the argument from both sides and present two pieces of writing, one 'for' and one 'against', about a given issue.
An empty writing frame for children to use to write their own letter. Also prompts the use of time connectives.
A worksheet prompting your child to use the contents page in an information book and then write out facts from a particular page.
It's your child's turn to make the front page! Ask them to plan and report on a local issue, interviewing friends and family to get quotes.It will help them understand how newspaper reports are written, as well as encouraging them to become more aware of a local issue.
This worksheet encourages your child to write instructions on how to play a game for a child who does not speak English.