Free worksheets: Handwriting, KS2, Y6
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Help your child form letters at the correct relative size and place them correctly on the 'base' writing line with our free printable handwriting practice paper. Two formats with guidelines are included, one for beginner writers and one to help children improve their handwriting skills.
Use your KS2 child's Christmas letter to Father Christmas as a fun opportunity to practise handwriting. The layout has been done for them, now all they need to do is write their Christmas list, name and address and pop it in the post (find Santa's address on the Royal Mail website!). This is a great activity to help children consider how to form letters correctly and there's plenty of space to include wished-for items. Writing this letter will also help them understand that letters have a purpose and a particular audience.
Help your child prepare for the Year 6 English SATs, taken at the end of Key Stage 2, with some revision and at-home practice. These KS2 SATs past papers from 2023 are the official past papers from the Department for Education, used in schools.
This portrait and peg activity will help you learn to read and spell your name and give you a fantastic opportunity to look at how wonderfully unique and special you are.
Starting school is a very exciting time! Think about what you are excited about and practise some of the skills you have developed this year with this activity sheet.
At the beginning of May and on May Day people celebrate with lots of traditions like maypole dancing and making flower crowns. The celebrations usually involve lots of colours and flowers. Today, you are going to have your own celebration, paint your own super colourful plant pot and plant some flower seeds.
Building the strength in your fingers will help you when you start to write at school. Use matching coloured pencils or crayons to trace over the dotted lines to create the colourful ribbons of the maypole.
Father’s Day is a special day to celebrate the fantastic dads, grandpas or other special people in your life and all that they do for you. Today you are going to think about your daddy or special someone and why they are special to you.
Today you are going to explore the colours you can see during this time of year. Visit a nature reserve or a local park with some crayons and this sheet and have a look at all the different colours you can see. Which colours can you find?
This creative colouring activity will help you practise your number recognition skills and strengthen your writing muscles.
Knowing how to read and write your name is an important skill to master. Playing this game will help you learn to recognise, spell, and write your own name.
Do you want to build a snowman? Today, you will build a snowman that will spell out your name (no real snow required!).
In February, many people worldwide celebrate Valentine’s Day and show someone how much they love them. This activity will help you to think about all the people and things in your life that you love and make you feel loved.
The start of a new year is very exciting! Help your little one to think about the year ahead and challenge them to draw a picture of something they are excited about this year.
Mother’s Day is a special day to celebrate amazing mummies, grandmothers or other special mummy figures in your life. Today, you will think about your mummy and why she is special to you.
Let it snow with this fun sensory activity! Are you ready to make your own snow? Follow these instructions and then play to your heart’s content.
Let's make some beautiful egg box poppies for Remembrance Day.
Once you have mastered writing numbers from 1 to 5, it’s time to begin your training to write the numbers 6 to 10. Can you complete these three ninja tasks?
Now you recognise the numbers 1 to 5, it’s time to become a number writing ninja! Count the ninja to see which number you are writing, then trace over the dotted numbers. When you have ninja-trained your fingers, try writing some of your own numbers.
At school, you will need to follow your teacher’s instructions. This activity will help you to practise following instructions carefully and develop finger strength.