10 Free English Worksheets For Kids

English Worksheets For Kids

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The English language is as complicated as it is beautiful. Learning it is not a child’s play, we may say, but it needs to be learnt when one is a child. The language is an inevitable part of your kid’s education, but making him learn through easier methods is your responsibility.

MomJunction helps you in this job by sharing some interesting English worksheets for your kindergarten to begin with.

10 Free English Worksheets For Kids:

1. Alphabet Worksheet:

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Learning English begins the alphabet. The alphabet worksheet for kids introduces each of the 26 letters to your littler learner in a fun way. You get a set of 26 sheets with one letter on each paper. Kids learn vowels and consonants simultaneously.

Each sheet has a colorful letter in the upper case, at the top of the worksheet followed by a word starting with the letter. For instance, the first sheet has an ‘A’ in bold at the top followed by ‘Apple’. Rest of the worksheet offers you a plenty of space to write the letter and words starting with the letter.

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2. Crosswords Worksheet:

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Once your child learns all the letters, teach her to write them in small groups and form words. Though your kids may learn several words by heart, writing them down can be a bit difficult for them. In such circumstances, crosswords English worksheets help.

The sheet comprises crosswords structure of empty blocks, the first letter of every word, and a pictorial representation of the word beside the series of blocks. The image and initial letter of the word give a clue to your kid, helping her to guess the right word and pen it down in the blocks. This can be the best easy to do English worksheet for kids.

3. Vocabulary (Parts-Of-The-Body) Worksheet:

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Vocabulary is an inevitable component of English. Kids need to learn several words and referring to the vocabulary worksheets, such as the parts-of-the-body worksheet, makes it easy for your little ones to learn new words, relate them to the situations, and remember them.

Vocabulary worksheet offers all related words to a particular topic. For instance, the sheet of ‘Parts of the Body’ displays a little girl’s image and names of all parts of the human body with pointers indicating them.

4. Correct-The-Jumbled-Words Worksheet:

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Memorizing words and having them on the tip of the tongue is easier said than done. Your kid should also develop critical thinking skills. ‘Correct the jumbled words’ worksheet puts your child’s English vocabulary and critical thinking to test.

The sheet provides an image and a jumbled sequence of letters corresponding to it. Your kid has to come up with the correct sequence of letters to form a word that matches the image.

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5. Missing-The-Letter Worksheet:

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‘Missing the Letter’ worksheet contains several words with a few missing letters. Your kids need to think of the possibilities and come up with the right letters to fill in the black spaces. Help your kid to fill the appropriate letters in the spaces and complete the series.

6. Opposite Words Worksheet:

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Besides learning several simple words, your little learner should know their opposites to develop an excellent vocabulary. An English worksheet of ‘opposite words’ contains many pairs of antonyms along with relevant images to make it easy for kids to grasp and memorize them.

7. Degrees-Of-Comparison Worksheet:

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Learning the degrees of comparison of various words helps your kid to understand the difference between two or more objects of identical meaning. Worksheet of ‘degrees of comparison’ promotes the learning of positive, comparative, and superlative degrees that enhance English vocabulary and speaking and writing skills significantly. It helps them become proficient in the language.This is one of the best English worksheets for children to improve vocabulary.

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8. Daily Routine Worksheet:

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Now that your child has learnt the letters, words, meanings and opposites, it is time for her to speak about her routine activities in English. Daily routine worksheet helps her in this.

The sheet contains an owl performing several routine activities, such as getting up, brushing the teeth, having a shower, having the breakfast, going to school, playing, studying, reading, and having the lunch. Your little learner can relate her daily activities with the owl in the worksheet and talk about them.

9. Question Words Worksheet:

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Time for your kid to ask her innumerable questions in English. Question words worksheet helps your child learn seven Ws and one H question words, namely what, where, when, why, which, who, whose, and how, that initiate every question.

The worksheet teaches the kid how a particular question-word relates to the corresponding element, for instance, your question should begin with ‘when’ only while asking about time-related queries.

10. Subject Pronouns Worksheet:

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Subject pronouns are a crucial element of the language. Your kid needs to identify the subject of a verb to define it and make a meaningful sentence. The subject pronoun worksheet has a list of the pronouns and related images of the owl making it easy to grasp the meaning and usage of the word. The sheet helps the child learn the first person, second person, and third person pronouns in a fun way with the reference to the owl pictures.

Do you enjoy teaching English to your kids? What methods do you use to hone their language skills? Which English worksheets worked well for your children? Share your experiences in the comment section below.

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