all Non fiction worksheets by Subject
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!
Help your child understand how to create sentences by having them rewrite these so the words are in the proper order.
Kick off a language analysis activity with a quick text types puzzle! Your child will also need to identify commands, alliteration, emotive words and use of the first person.
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.
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 encourages your child to listen to a sports commentary and then become a commentator themselves.
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 worksheet encourages children to listen to a spoken commentary and analyse it.
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.
Children need to read and follow the instructions given to make a mystery object out of paper.
This worksheet encourages your child to imagine that they are writing an explanatory text for a child who is new to their school.
This download encourages children to write a letter to someone in the past and one to someone in the present day. They are encouraged to think about layout and style.
This worksheet gives three examples of someone’s reply to an invitation. Children are encouraged to think about who the person is and what they are replying to.
This worksheet prompts your child to write a letter stating their point of view about a library being built in their town or village.
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.