Words and Sentences

 


This collection of interesting worksheet activities challenge children on word usage and knowledge as well as sentence structure. We are building up a collection of both KS1 and KS2 resources here, with a variety of seasonal themes so that you can choose something appropriate and appealing for your children.

Animals Scrambled Sentences Worksheet KS1

Animals Scrambled Sentences Worksheet KS1

This is a fun activity for autumn that will test children's ability to build a proper sentence, with punctuation. Unscramble the words and put them in the right order.

Animals Scrambled Sentences Worksheet KS2

Animals Scrambled Sentences Worksheet KS2

We've scrambled up these sentences about animals, but can the children put them into the correct order so that they make sense? They need to add capital letters and punctuation too...

We've included the answers too. 

Animals Stretch a Sentence Worksheet KS2

Animals Stretch a Sentence Worksheet KS2

Using the 5 "w" words is a clever method of encouraging reluctant writers to expand on what they are writing - and a useful tool for all students when they are feeling stuck. On the first page we give an example, starting off with "my black cat".

Autumn Stretch a Sentence Worksheet

Autumn Stretch a Sentence Worksheet KS2

This clever autumn-themed worksheet can help children expand their writing when they need a little inspiration, using the 5 'w' questions.

For example:

Who: A little grey squirrel.

Is doing what: A little grey squirrel is looking for acorns. 

Halloween Stretch a Sentence Worksheet KS2

Halloween Stretch a Sentence Worksheet KS2

This spooky worksheet will help reluctant writers create Halloween-themed sentences easily. There's an example to get them started, then four other prompts to inspire their writing further. We've also included a second page so they can try another creepy character...

Summer and Autumn Word and Sentence Skills Worksheet KS1

Summer and Autumn Word and Sentence Skills Worksheet KS1

We ask children to read the words and then decide whether they are "summer" or "autumn" activities and write them in the correct boxes. Then they can have a go writing their own sentences and drawing a picture of their favourite summer or autumn activity.

More Grammar and Punctuation

Learning About Palindromes
Learning About Palindromes

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