Kindergarten Reading Activities

You and your kindergartener will love these fun and creative kindergarten reading activities and kindergarten reading games! Kids can practice the alphabet by playing alphabet tag, learn about phonics by making a letter-sound book, and expand their vocabulary with a word quilt collage. Use the side bar to filter your results by Phonics, The Alphabet, Sight Words, and more, or browse through all of our kindergarten reading activities to find that perfect activity or game for you or your kindergartener!

If you're looking for something more academic, check out our Kindergarten Reading Worksheets.

For interactive fun for kindergarteners, try our Free Online Kindergarten Reading Games.

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Help you child learn the key pieces to a sentence, by creating sentence puzzles at home.
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Have a blast celebrating the poetic prose of Dr. Seuss as you hop your way to better vocabulary and reading skills. Play Hop on Pop Hopscotch!
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Is your child learning to "sound it out"? This game will help him stretch his "decoding" skills so when he runs into new words, he's ready to take them on.
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It's spring--time to get outside and dig! Once seeds go into the ground, invite your kindergartener to mark the spot in style.
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In this arts and crafts activity, boost your kindergartener's letter recognition and reading skills by helping her create a paper word quilt.
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Kindergarteners are expected to master the alphabet. Get your child outside and exercising with this fun, move and shake alphabet game.
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Does your kindergartener love to play with his food? Then he'll get a big kick out of this activity, where he'll practice his handwriting...using rice.
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Stamp out the sameness of learning the ABC's for your kindergartener. Make 26 letter sponge stamps and create projects with him to practice.
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Use real elastic to help your kindergartener learn to "stretch" and blend letters to read words.
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This project reuses freebie magnets to make one-of-a-kind magnets for your one-of-a-kind kid!
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Help your kindergartener develop his sequencing skills in this activity that teaches him about a story's beginning, middle, and end.
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Few places are as dense with words as a grocery store. The next time you find yourself trolling the aisles with an impatient kid, make it a reading adventure!
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Here's a delightful kindergarten project that will boost your child's reading and writing skills--and make for a happy time on a rainy day, too.
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Playing doctor is not only fun, it's also a way to teach kids about the parts of the body and how they are spelled.
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Give your kindergartener an outlet to articulate his thoughts about going to school for the first time by setting aside time to help him write in his journal.
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Picking words out can be tricky. In this early reading activity, your child will place letter markers on a grid to make words appear out of the jumble.
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Once readers know the individual sounds letters make, they need to learn how to blend them and how to break them apart. This activity will help them practice.
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Here's an adorable kindergarten refrigerator magnet that celebrates the glories of the letter "B" and benefits your early reader.
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In this activity, help your kindergartener develop sequencing skills with these easy story sequence cards
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Rhymes are all around us! Get your kid in on this game of simple rhyming words. She'll match up cards with rhyming words and pictures on them.

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