Reading Worksheets and Printables
Whether your child is a reticent reader or a dedicated bookworm, our reading worksheets are designed to cultivate a lifelong appreciation for reading. Just as important, our reading worksheets provide an array of tools that students of all ages can use to improve on numerous skills, including sight word recognition, reading comprehension, story mapping, vocabulary, grammar, punctuation, and writing.
Build a Better Bookworm with Reading Worksheets
As they advance from one grade to the next, students come to understand that there are a bunch of different (and important) elements that go into developing enthusiastic, skilled, and confident readers. But understanding that all these elements exist and actually becoming proficient in each of them are two entirely different things.
Even those insatiable bookworms who read books from cover to cover in one sitting will inevitably become confused with certain literary components and rules. That’s why our reading worksheets are such a great resource: It doesn’t matter where a child falls on the age, grade, or reading competency spectrum, they will find countless worksheets designed to help them clear any reading comprehension hurdle they confront.
For early learners, that means sight word worksheets and reading logs. For second and third graders, that means contraction practice pages, vocabulary flash cards, and lessons on how to identify the main idea of a story. And for older students, that means writing journals and tips on annotations. Finally, because reading should never be viewed as a chore, that means hundreds of fables, fiction, and nonfiction passages for readers of all ages to devour during their downtime.