(Fun KS3 English revision quizzes to teach students in Year 7, Year 8, and Year 9)
English. The fantabulous toolkit you use to speak, read and write. There are a bajillion reasons to master this particular subject (it can improve your speech, help you impress employers and polish your general writing abilities) but we’re going to focus on just one.
When you master English, loads of your other subjects at school will benefit.
Throughout your time in KS3, you’ll realise that all your subjects require a significant amount of writing, whether it’s answering questions in Geography, writing essays in History or explaining the process of photosynthesis in Science. Gosh, you are busy bees aren’t you? Luckily, there are two things that can help you write at school.
We can’t help with the robot arm. At least, not yet. If we make any moves in the technological limb industry, you’ll be the first to know. But grasping the English language and using it to articulate your ideas clearly and effectively? We’ve got you covered!
So what exactly is in this toolkit of KS3 English? A whole lotta English knowledge, that’s what! From grammar and speech, to writing techniques and spelling, we’ve got so much stuff to fill your curious brains.
Don’t worry if it seems like a lot to learn, you’ve got Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 to master it all.
With a more in-depth understanding of English, you’ll be able to express yourself clearly and intelligently in many subjects at school. This is what makes English so important - it’s transferrable! But those transferrable skills work both ways. If your English isn’t up to scratch, it can have a negative impact on the rest of your subjects too. Gulp.
But hey - we’re here to help! We’ve got lots of quizzes to help you conquer the English syllabus.
Our KS3 English quizzes are crammed full of important knowledge from the National Curriculum and will help you master all kinds of topics like synonyms, verbs, sentence structure, onomatopoeia, nouns, suffixes and more!
English toolkits at the ready, kids. It’s time to train the next bunch of Shakespeares.
|Alphabetical Sorting 01|
|Alphabetical Sorting 02|
|Apostrophes (Because of Omission) 01|
|Apostrophes (Revision) 01|
|Apostrophes (To Show Plural Possession) 01|
|Apostrophes (To Show Possession) 01|
|Capital Letters 01|
|Capital Letters 02|
|Letter Writing (Basics) 01|
|Letter Writing (Formal) 01|
|Letter Writing (Informal) 01|
|Nouns (Abstract) 01|
|Nouns (Abstract) 02|
|Nouns (Basics) 01|
|Nouns (Collective) 01|
|Nouns (Collective) 02|
|Nouns (Irregular Plural) 01|
|Nouns (Proper) 01|
|Prefixes and Suffixes 01|
|Prefixes and Suffixes 02|
|Punctuation (Avoiding Comma Splicing) 01|
|Punctuation (Commas and Inverted Commas) 01|
|Punctuation (Commas to Separate Clauses) 01|
|Punctuation (Commas) 01|
|Punctuation (Exclamation Marks) 01|
|Punctuation (Full Stops) 01|
|Punctuation (Revision) 01|
|Rhetorical Questions 01|
|Sentences (Complex) 01|
|Sentences (Connectives) 01|
|Sentences (Connectives) 02|
|Sentences (Relative Clauses) 01|
|Sentences (Subject and Object) 01|
|Sentences (Types) 01|
|Sentences (Types) 02|
|Spelling (Common Mistakes) 01|
|Spelling (Plurals for nouns ending in f or fe) 01|
|Spelling (Plurals for words ending in o) 01|
|Spelling (Plurals for words ending in y) 01|
|Spelling (Singular and Plural Nouns) 01|
|Standard English 01|
|Standard English 02|
|Standard English 03|
|Syllables (Counting) 01|
|Syllables (Monosyllables) 01|
|Text (Identifying Different Types) 01|
|Verbs (Active and Passive Voice) 01|
|Verbs (Basics) 01|
|Verbs (Modal) 01|
|Verbs (Present and Past Tenses) 01|
|Vocabulary Building (Discourse Markers) 01|
|Vocabulary Building (Persuasive Words) 01|
|Words (Alliteration, Simile, Rhyme, Personification) 01|
|Words (Class Recognition) 01|
|Words (Using Questions) 01|
|Words Used in Connection with Literature 01|
|Words Used in Connection with The Media 01|
|Words Used in Geography 01|
|Words Used in Maths 01|
|Words Used in Science 01|
|Writing Directions 01|
|Writing Instructions 01|