EYFS Reading worksheets by Subject
Can you be a letter detective and spy the sounds /g/ and /k/ in this box? Colour the ‘g’s in red and the ‘k’s in blue. Then match the pictures to the sound that they begin with and colour the pictures in.
Circle the objects that Ella has seen that begin with ‘a’ and ‘b’.
This sound burglar has been stealing sounds from the words below. Can you see what sounds he has in his bag? Help these words get their sounds back by filling in the missing letters!
A fun way to practise letter sounds! Cut out each letter, make a hole with a hole punch or scissors where the circle is and put some string through it. You need to make one fan for vowels and one for consonants. Once you have made the fans, ask your child to say each sound and think of a word with that sound in it.
There are lots of Christmas things pictured on this worksheet! Say the first sound of each picture. Now can you find the right sound and match it with the rest of the word?
What words can you think of that end in /sh/ or /ch? Can you write in the missing sounds in these words?
This handy interactive phonics sounds worksheet will help you practise the sound of each phonic with your child by the 7 groups they'll be learning them in. See how many other words can you think of that give examples of each sound. Move your mouse over the letters to hear the sounds.
Why are some children reluctant to read, and what can you do to help them fall in love with books? From exploring non-fiction to making reading a feel-good pleasure, we explain how you can turn a reluctant reader into a bookworm. Happy reading!
A matching game to help children identify the initial sound of a word. With your help, they can then sound out the letters in the rest of the word and read the word in full, using the picture as prompt. Excellent confidence booster for beginner readers.
Can you find all the words that rhyme with 'right'? An excellent activity to help your child practise listening carefully to see if a word rhymes.
It's so exciting when children start to put sounds together and realise that they can read! Practise some CVC words together with this handy activity sheet and watch their confidence grow.
Help children understand more about vowel digraphs with this practice activity. Children can use their existing knowledge of decoding CVC words to read words that have two vowels but make one sound.
Understanding that words rhyme is an important part of your child's phonics and reading journey. This Reception worksheet helps them match rhyming words.
Help your child familiarise themselves with word sounds with this rhyme-matching worksheet. Read the words with them and help them find the sound pairs.
Help your child read different words and identify the /ee/ sound, then colour in the words that contain it.
Help your child practise reading CCVC words – consonant consonant vowel consonant – with this worksheet. They will need to read out each sound and then blend them together.
Created by an early years education expert, the Engaging with English pack will provide you with lively and original ideas to help bring four popular children’s books vividly to life. Whether your child is in the EYFS or KS1 these activities are the perfect starting point for turning book-shy children into bookworms.
A fun join-the-dots activity that will help your child with learning their alphabet.
A fun game involving matching capital letter and lower case letters.