ENGLISH - Revision Index

Grammar and Puctuation


Story Writing

Tips on how to write a good story

Writing Stories activities in the Woodlands Literacy Zone

Reading Comprehension

Note these are American sites and so spellings may be different to our way of spelling.

Did you know?
In the United Kingdom, “practice” is the noun, “practise” the verb; but in the U.S. the spelling “practice” is commonly used for both.

Reading Comprehension Test Level 2

Reading Comprehension Test Level 3

Reading Comprehension Test Level 4

Reading Comprehension Test Level 5

Reading Comprehension Test Level 6

Reading Exercise - Easy

Reading Exercises - Medium

Words and Spellings

Spellings
Reading Key Words
Plurals
Letter Formations / Sounds
Alphabetical Order
Clusters / Blends
CVC Words
Phonemes
Days and Months
Homophones
Compounds
Word Games
Synonyms
Prefixes

Grammar

Punctuation

Making Sentences
Punctuate Sentences
Nouns
Capital Letters
Pronouns
Full stops
Adjectives
Verbs
Commas
Adverbs
Speech Marks
Tenses
Apostrophes

Writing Different Types of Text

Traditional Stories and Fairy Tales
Writing Stories
Myths
Dialogue
Instructions
Plays
Leaflets
Poems
Letters
Newspapers
Recounts
Labels
Argument
Alliteration
Similes
Proverbs
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