Preschool Reading Worksheets and Printables
Preschool students are accustomed to having books read to them. Help them transition to becoming the readers of those very books with our preschool reading worksheets. These reading worksheets touch on all the essential skills emerging readers need to develop as they build fluency and a lifelong relationship with print.
Plant the Seeds to Read
The preschool years are filled with opportunities to interact with print in new ways. Rather than just being read to, kids begin to engage in activities connected to books. They are asked questions that evaluate their listening comprehension and ability to follow along. Our worksheets help cultivate these skills in preparation for first grade reading success.
Most kids' exposure to print begins with letter recognition. These worksheets offer extensive practice with letter exploration. Kids will be challenged to identify letters in words and make connections between letters, words, and corresponding pictures. They will also gain practice with rhyming words by both matching words to pictures and recognizing connections among groups of rhyming words. In addition to making visual connections, students will be challenged to demonstrate comprehension by drawing images of text that is read to them.
Assemble these worksheets to create books with different themes such as letters, nursery rhymes, and beginning sounds, to provide your preschooler with ample opportunities to practice with print and bloom into an accomplished first grade reader.