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Collection: Year 5 English Worksheets and Workbooks Age 9-10 | Mrs Wordsmith UK

Explore our engaging, effective Year 5 English worksheets. Develop critical reading and writing skills with fun and educational Year 5 workbooks.

Collection: Year 5 English Worksheets and Workbooks Age 9-10 | Mrs Wordsmith UK

Explore our engaging, effective Year 5 English worksheets. Develop critical reading and writing skills with fun and educational Year 5 workbooks.

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Year 5 English Worksheets and Workbooks Age 9-10

 

Succeed in School with our Year 5 English Worksheets and Year 5 Workbooks

 

By Year 5, kids are well into Key Stage 2. At this age, they are capable of tackling a broader range of abstract topics and continue to make important strides in their social and emotional development.


Mrs Wordsmith's range of UK National Curriculum-aligned Year 5 worksheets, books, Year 5 workbooks, and games are designed to support kids through this exciting stage of life. Some of the resources described on this page are appropriate for other age groups as well, so you may have seen them before.


To help with spelling, try our Spelling Targeted Practice Year 5 printable worksheets, which introduce the key spelling patterns that kids need to know for school at this age. Then, move on to our Spelling Mixed Practice worksheets for more revision. These cover an entire year of curriculum, including homophones, tricky spelling patterns, and tricky words. All of our KS2 Year 5 worksheets are easy to print at home, and perfect for bite-size learning. 


You can also expand your child's vocabulary (and spark their creativity!) with our Storyteller's books. Research shows that reading by itself is not enough to give kids the vocabulary they need to excel academically – explicit vocabulary instruction leads to better results. Word consciousness – knowledge of the way language works – is key to a rich vocabulary and the ability to tackle unfamiliar language. Our Storyteller's Word a Day 1 and 2 foster this kind of word awareness and include hundreds of illustrated words and synonyms, word pairs, and story starters. Meanwhile, help kids further enliven their writing with our Storyteller's Illustrated Dictionary. Featuring hilarious, outrageous illustrations and over a thousand words, this is the dictionary, reimagined. 


For more storytelling support, check out our How to Write a Story, a printable booklet of worksheets for Year 5. How to Write a Story provides an illustrated framework that makes writing easy and fun for kids. A fifth grade workbook has never been so inspiring (or such a good cure for writer’s block)!


Another cure for writer’s block is a family game night featuring our Storyteller's Card Game. This hilarious game features 300 words to help kids improve their creative writing, and boost their imagination, curated into six key themes: character, settings, taste and smell, action, emotion, and weather. Try it on game night and get the whole family laughing!


You'll find more fun Year 5 English worksheets in our Reading Comprehension printable. The collection of Year 5 worksheets includes 500 frequently occurring words, organised into short printable workbooks of 10 words at a time. These worksheets are designed to introduce kids to new and challenging vocabulary found in reading comprehension exams and classic literature. 


Our worksheets for 10 year olds and 9 year olds are fun and educational resources that kids will actually want to use. Introduce them to your Year 5 student, and watch their confidence and creative horizons expand.

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