Preschool Reading Activities

Preschool is a great time to spark curiosity about reading in your young child. Let them explore early skills with these preschool reading activities that use easy-to-find materials and clear instructions for fun and engaging learning! Learning letters and focusing on words your preschooler already knows makes learning to read enjoyable. Focus on high-frequency words and sight word activities next for even more fun.

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On Father's Day, delight Dad--and stretch your early reader, too!--with this adorable ABC book of "Fun with Dad."
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This slightly tweaked version of "Hide and Go Seek" hones listening: a key skill for kindergarten.
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Use the appeal of the common road sign to your advantage by creating a game with hidden learning opportunities.
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Boost your child's early literacy skills and create alphabet tiles she can play and practice with - great reinforcement for ABC's, phonics and writing!
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While you are waiting for the real stuff, this activity lets your child play in pretend "snow" while practicing reading skills and learning about magnets.
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What if your child couldn't see the pictures of a picture book? In this activity, she'll listen to a story without looking at the images, and create her own.
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Create your own set of alphabet blocks: you can make just a few or all 26.
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It's always good to have a little help during the holiday. Show your child how to set a table setting and then help him create a placemat map.
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Using homemade felt alphabet letters and 26 colorful pictures, your preschooler will have a great time as she practices recognizing letters and their sounds.
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Improve your preschooler's knowledge of the alphabet by playing games with your own homemade wooden letters!
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Draw letter people with your child to help her take a closer look at the letters, and see the differences between them.
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Boost your preschooler's math and verbal skills by having her participate in simple, fun activities that teach her how to sort, count, and categorize objects.
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Make a textured name plate to hang on your preschooler's door!
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In this activity, you and your child can play several different games with taped down letters to help reinforce letter recognition while playing.
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Make a fuzzy bear with your kindergartener to build up early reading skills and introduce her to phonics.
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Build your kindergartener's vocabulary by exploring and discussing spatial relationships during everyday activities such as building, rearranging, and ordering.
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Help your child learn about the various elements of a story by creating a play based on her favorite picture book.
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In this activity, you will create a magical box to help your child learn her letter sounds. Here's how to play the Abracadabra learning game!
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This fun and educational Halloween craft is a fantastic way to celebrate the holiday while building your child's letter and phonics skills.
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Play with, explore, and describe everyday objects with your preschooler to get her ready to learn basic math skills and concepts.

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