English Games KS1 (age 5 to 7)
If you’re looking for fun, interactive English games KS1 (key stage 1 - age 5 to 7) then we have a wide range for you to play. Both schools and parents are welcome to use this free content. Please register with us and follow us on social media - share the content if you like using it too please.
Alphabetical Order Game
Little Mo has found a word plant. Help her put the words into alphabetical order. This reading game uses high frequency words.
This game covers the letters 'a' to 'g'. There are four more versions of this game available that cover alphabetical order for letters 'h' to 'n', 'o' to 'z' and for more advanced players two versions that cover the complete alphabet. Checkout our subscription site to find them.
Capital Letters (beginner)
Zara is dreaming of space again! Read the sentence then give the sentence its capital letter to make Zara's dream come true. Try not to wake Zara up!
Want some more practice with your capital letters? We have another four versions of this game for subscribers.
Capital Letters (advanced)
Zed our inventor tortoise features in this punctuation game. He loves to make things in his shed. Give the words their capital letters to help Zed collect his tools. What has Zed made this time?
If you need some more versions of this game then head over to Club Roy, we have another four versions there for you to play.
Days of the Week (High Frequency Words)
Old Uncle Tom likes his socks, blanket, hay and a nice glass of water before going to bed. Help him get his bedtime bits together by clicking and dragging the day of the week into the correct order.
We have some more high frequency versions of this game on our subscription site including - numbers to twenty, colours (for the UK) and colors (for the US).
Does it make sense game?
Help Zara's dream come true by clicking on the sentences that make sense. Uses high frequency words.
Need to have another go at getting your sentences to make sense? We have another four versions of this reading game available through our club website.
Does it make sense game?
Meet Wellington, he's our super recycling turtle - the hero of this reading game. Help Wellington clean up the sea by clicking and dragging the words to create sentences that make sense.
Wellington continues his action in cleaning up the sea with another four versions of this reading game at our club.
The Full Stop Game (beginner)
The sentences have lost their full stop. Read the sentence then click and drag a snail to where the full stop should be. Uses high frequency words.
Need to practice full stops a little more - four extra versions of this reading game are at our club.
The Full Stop Game (advanced)
Lots of sentences have lost their full stops. Read the sentences then click and drag the three snails to where the full stop should be. Uses high frequency words. More reading games just like this are available for subscribers to our club.
Long Vowel Phonemes (oo sound)
It's bedtime again and Uncle Tom is exploring words which have the long vowel phoneme 'oo' in them. Help him make some 'oo' words so he can have his bedtime bits. Many more long vowel phoneme reading games are available at our club - head over there to check them out.
Months of the Year (High Frequency Words)
Help sort the months of the year into the right order to help Ol' Uncle Tom get ready for bed. Uncle Tom stars in more games at Club Roy.
If you need more high frequency word games then head to our subscription website - more versions of this game cover numbers to twenty, plus color (US version) or colours (UK version). We also have a great collection of Tricky Word games there too.
The Question Mark Game
Zed is inventing things in his shed again. Give the sentences their question marks to help Zed collect his tools for his latest invention. What has Zed made this time?
Four more versions of this game at our club.
Spell Consonant Digraph Words (ch)
Learn how to spell words with the ch phoneme in this fun interactive game. Join Little Mo in her secret garden. Help her to grow her plants by spelling ch words - get them right and Little Mo will be able to visit Garden World.
Play more versions of this game at our subscription website.
Words that Rhyme with Bug
Help the bees bring the words that rhyme with 'bug' back to their nest and watch the flower grow.
Lots more words that rhyme games at our club, including four more versions of this reading game that cover words that rhyme with dash, dot, lip and top.
Words that Rhyme with Hill
Ryan the rhino is wide awake and it is a wonderful starry night. Can you help him find all the words that rhyme with hill? They're hiding behind the stars.
Four more versions of this game at our club. The extra versions cover words that rhyme with - bell, pet, ten and tin.
Words Within Words
At the zoo, Lucy is thinking of words that have other words inside them. Find the words within the words and then give Lucy some presents to make her cell look nicer!
Like this reading game? There are four extra versions of it at our subscription website.