15 Free English Worksheets For Kids

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The English language is beautiful but complicated. Teaching it to children is not easy, especially if English is not your mother tongue. Therefore, make children learn a language through easy, exciting and creative ways to make the learning process enjoyable.

MomJunction helps you in this job by sharing some interesting English worksheets for kids to begin with because practice is key to learning.

1. Alphabet

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Teach your children every letter in the English alphabet by helping them trace it. The sheet has both the upper and lower case alphabets for your child to trace them together or separately.

2. Crosswords

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This worksheet is useful when your child begins to learn short words. It has animal figures on it; your kid needs to identify them and write the spellings in the puzzle. Kids can look at the pictures and take hints to recognize the words. This is one of the best ways to practice spellings.

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3. Solve the rebus

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A rebus is one of the most efficient ways of learning words. The worksheet has a combination of pictures and letters that represent some words.

For example, remembering the word ‘Knight’ and its spelling can be quite a challenge for kids. This rebus worksheet represents each letter of the word ‘Knight’ with a picture. The first letter K can be linked with a much easier object like ‘Kite’ for kids to remember. Similarly, “N” for the newspaper, “I” for ice cream, “G” for a gift, “H” for hedgehog, and “T” for treasure.

4. Word search puzzle

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Word search puzzles are very interesting for children as they offer them a scope to learn while playing. The names of the ocean animals are placed in the puzzle. Your child has to look at the picture for reference, identify the animal, its name and start finding the letters that make the word in the puzzle. For example, crab and dolphin can be located in the last row.

5. Find the missing letter

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Finding the missing letters help children hone their spelling and vocabulary skills. In this worksheet, some letters from each word have been deleted. Ask your kid to fill in the gaps with the right alphabet.

The answers will be ant, alligator, van, egg, zebra, jam, candle, yarn.

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6. Correct the jumbled letters

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Memorizing words and having them on the tip of the tongue is easier said than done. ‘Correct the jumbled words’ worksheet puts your child’s English vocabulary and critical thinking to test. The sheet provides an image and jumbled letters corresponding to it. Your kid has to come up with the correct sequence of letters to form a word that matches the image.

The words will be book, cake, drum, duck, frog.

7. Body parts worksheet

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This worksheet displays the image of a little boy along with the names of all body parts. The pointers help children to co-relate the body parts with pictures, and thus associate and memorize them quickly.

8. Opposite words worksheet

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Besides learning words, your little learner needs to know the opposites of several words to develop an excellent vocabulary. This English worksheet of different words features antonyms with images for children to grasp and recollect.

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9. Degrees of comparison worksheet

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“Degrees of comparison” teaches children the various usages of a single word. The images promote the understanding of positive, comparative and superlative degrees — an integral part of English grammar. Learning the degrees of comparison for various words helps children to understand the difference between two or more objects of identical meaning.

10. Search the word

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Search-the-word puzzles enable children to memorize words and letters. The image placed beside the puzzle helps kids visualize the animal, recollect the spelling and then trace it in the puzzle.

11. Subject pronouns

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Pronouns can be baffling for kids. Help your little one understand pronouns better by associating them with relevant images and practicing on a grammar worksheet. This worksheet helps children to learn the first person, second person, and third person pronouns in a fun and interactive manner.

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12. Preposition

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This ESL activity features an owl and a rock in varied situations where different prepositions are used. Children remember best when they can associate a new word or a complex word with an image, and this worksheet is perfect.

13. Action verbs

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Action words are words that show action. This ESL worksheet features an owl performing several activities or actions, like pulling, throwing, and catching. Besides teaching many common action verbs, they get to learn new words and, thereby, enrich their vocabulary too. Associating these action verbs with images makes it easier for children to understand and remember.

14. Question words

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It is time for your kid to ask numerous questions in the English language. Question words worksheet helps your little one learn multiple W questions and also H questions, namely what, why, where, which, whose, who and how – the basics for initiating any question.

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15. Consonant blends

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Consonant blends are also known as consonant clusters where a group of two or three consonants forms a distinct sound, such as BL/SK/SL. In this worksheet, PR, PL, SC or SK are consonant blends. They form different words like a pretzel, plug, scale, and skirt. This worksheet has one image associated with one word, and kids are encouraged to use either PL or PR to form the word. By practicing this worksheet, young children will also learn commonly mistaken spellings and confusion caused by similar sounds such as skirt and scarf.

When a non-English speaking child learns English, it is not going to be easy. But creative ESL worksheets that are free, printable and available in PDF formats, will assist you in teaching English to your kid.

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Sudipta Jana

MA English Pursuing Child Nutrition and Cooking from Stanford University Sudipta is an English Major from the University of Hyderabad. Has considerable medical research writing experience, but also enjoys creative writing and the arts. Her writings aim to make highly scientific/ health material easy to understand for a common reader. She is also a National Novel Writing Month awardee. Sudipta... more