Year 1 creative writing and fiction worksheets
Free worksheets: Creative writing and fiction, KS1, Y1
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Can you remember your first day back to school this year? How did you feel? Did you have a new teacher? Can you describe your teacher? What did you do on your first day? Did you make any new friends? Write a few sentences to describe what your first day was like.
First have a look at the story of Cinderella, presented as a spider diagram. Now think of a story you might like to write. Write the title of the story in the middle of this spider diagram. Then plan the story by outlining the characters, the settings and the events in your spider diagram.
Writing great stories begins with choosing a fantastic opening idea and sentence. Help your child practise writing engaging story starts with our worksheet, designed for Y1 children.
A first reading comprehension activity for Y1 children. Can they describe characters like Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella from traditional tales?
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.
This English worksheet will help your child to write captions and complete sentences, using a full stop at the end.
This worksheet encourages children to improve sentences by adding descriptive words.