KS1 English Collection
All of our KS1 English videos in one place.
KS1 English: Silent Letters with Marlon Wallen
Let Taking the Next Step's Marlon "Swoosh" Wallen introduce your class to silent letters.
KS1 English: Question & Exclamation Marks with Karim & Hacker
Let Hacker T. Dog and Karim Zeroual get your class jumping and learning all about question and exclamation marks. This tune will help them remember when to use a question mark and when an exclamation mark is appropriate.
KS1 English: Reading Aloud with The Worst Witch
Let the Worst Witch's Mildred Hubble inspire your class to read aloud. This song and routine covers punctuation and reading with feeling.
KS1 English: Days of the Week
The Cheerleader has a fun song and movement routine to make days of the week easy to remember.
KS1 English: Apostrophes with Sasha & Tyler
The Dumping Ground's Annabelle Davis and Miles Butler-Hughton bring apostrophes to life with a Key Stage 1 song and movement routine to get your class energised and learning. The song covers when to use an apostrophe in the possessive.
KS1 English: Rhyme with Radzi
Let CBBC's Radzi Chinyanganya energise your class with a song and movement routine about rhyme. Radzi will help children spot rhyming words, even when they don't have the same spelling pattern.
KS1 English: Capital Letters & Full Stops
Let the Hip Hop Granny teach your class all about capital letters and full stops with this fun routine.
KS1 English: Grammar Rules with Braydon Bent and Moonbeam
Let Braydon Bent and Manchester City mascot Moonbeam, get your Key Stage 1 pupils to their feet! They have a catchy song that will help pupils to learn some of the rules of grammar.
KS1 English: Punctuation with Karim & Hacker
Get your Key Stage one class up and moving with a fun song and dance routine from CBBC's Karim and Hacker. The song explains how to use spaces, commas, apostrophes and capital letters.
KS1 English: Verb Tenses with Karim and Hacker
Karim Zeroual and Hacker T. Dog have a song and routine for Key Stage 1 pupils. The duo explain the difference between the present tense and past tense in a way that will get pupils up and active.