Test children's knowledge of meaning and usage of the word 'amazed' with this fun vocabulary worksheet.
Get to grips with synonyms (and antonyms) with the help of these fun, colourful illustrated vocabulary worksheets. They complement our synonym posters and are a great way to begin to extend children's vocabulary beyond the "easy" words.
Can your children used the word amused in a sentence and define what it means? That's an example of just a couple of the questions on this "amused" vocabulary worksheet.
This fun vocabulary worksheet asks children to come up with synonyms and antonyms for the word angry.
Choose a word that you want the children to study, and write it in the blank space at the top of this worksheet. Now provide dictionary and thesaurus and let the kids have a go at writing their own definition, putting it into a sentence, and coming up with synonyms and antonyms.
What are all these book-related words? This book vocabularly worksheets asks children to describe them.
Children can practise using a dictionary and thesaurus as they answer the questions on this "confused" vocabulary worksheet.
This vocabulary worksheet asks children to use the word "excited" in a sentence, among other questions.
Containing all 10 of our feelings themed vocabulary worksheets, these useful worksheets cover dictionary and thesaurus skills and writing sentences as well as being vocabulary extension work.
Writing is more interesting when varied vocabulary is used. This "grumpy" vocabulary worksheet is one of a set designed to encourage children to think about the vocabulary they use.
This worksheet encourages to children to think about how they might use the word happy and words they could use instead of, or to contrast with, happy.
Here's an interesting worksheet with a musical twist! Aretha Franklin sang all about "respect" on her hit song, but can the children write about the meaning and importance of respect on this worksheet?
Children have to think about the meaning of the word sad, and alternatives that could be used to make their writing more interesting, with this vocabulary worksheet.
This interesting worksheet lists some of the tennis vocabulary that children may come across - some of it unusual and unique. We ask them to come up with a way to describe each set of words. The second page of the pdf file is some suggested answers. Yours may vary, of course.
Children will have to make use of a dictionary and thesaurus to help them with some of the questions on this vocabulary worksheet for the word "thoughtful".
Can your children come up with some synonyms and antonyms for the word tired? Perk up creative writing by extending children's vocabulary with this fun worksheet.
Put these 12 words - all themed around Valentine's Day - into alphabetical order. With more than one word for some letters, children will need to think carefully.
Colour in red any heart which contains a noun. Leave the others blank. It's a fun worksheet for Valentine's Day.
This Valentine's Day worksheet asks children to break down two simple sentences into parts of speech, and then have a go at writing their own sentence using at least one each of pronoun, noun, verb and adjective.