Kindergarten Problem Solving

When your child is in kindergarten, it's not easy to monitor exactly how he's doing. It's not all about ABC's or 1-2-3's, and every kid learns differently. As an involved parent, what can you do to keep your child's brain growing? This set of 15 worksheets has an answer for you: problem solving! Problem solving is a timeless exercise and part of everyday life that can engage young kids. If the reading level of these worksheets is too high for your child, don't fret. This is a great chance to get involved as you guide him through it.

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What's That Doggy's Name?

What's That Doggy's Name?

To get a dog to come to you, sometimes you need to call its name. Your preschooler can learn each of these dog's names by reading the clues on this worksheet.
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Who's Who?

Who's Who?

Kids love to observe what people look like and what they wear. Turn this curiosity into a fun game to help with pre-reading skills.
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Which Veggie Is Mine?

Which Veggie Is Mine?

Teach process of elimination at a young age! Help your preschooler read the clues and cross out veggies to get the answer.
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Cute Kitties

Cute Kitties

Who doesn't love a nice, big, fluffy cat? Your preschooler can learn the names of these fluffy felines by reading the clues.
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The Final Lap

The Final Lap

Have your little learner try this sequencing challenge. Read the instructions and carefully colour in the race cars with the correct colors.
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Sneaker Head

Sneaker Head

Help your child with colors, reading and process of elimination all at once. Read the clues with your child to find out which shoes belong to which people.
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Just Veggies

Just Veggies

Cut out the pictures of veggies and choose which ingredients to cover up. Ice cream: good. Ice cream in a salad: not as good.
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Who's Who? Part Two

Who's Who? Part Two

Start developing your preschooler's reading skills with this fun game. Have him read each clue (or you can read to him) and match it with a picture.
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Pet Process of Elimination

Pet Process of Elimination

Read clues and use process of elimination to find out the correct answer among this group of pets.
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More Cats!

More Cats!

See if your child can read these descriptions and decide which name goes with which cat.
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Uniform Colors

Uniform Colors

Test your preschooler's knowledge of colors and add a bit of problem solving too. Which sporting uniform belongs to which player?
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Off Road

Off Road

If your preschooler can count, start challenging his understanding of numbers in different ways.
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Get Your Vitamins

Get Your Vitamins

Help your preschooler through one of the most useful and effective types of problem solving: process of elimination.
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Around the Neighborhood

Around the neighbourhood

Help your preschooler learn to read with this simple and fun exercise. By reading the descriptions of each house, your child picks one of the houses.
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Down the Stretch They Come!

Down the Stretch They Come!

Help your preschooler learn basic sorting and categorizing skills that will pay off as he moves up to year one maths.
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