Kindergarten Worksheets and Printables

Kindergarten worksheets are a great way for your child to practice core concepts and skills. Our worksheets feature simple instructions and designs that work at home and in the classroom. Your kindergartener will practice and learn new letters, begin to write and read sight words, count, perform simple addition, and more. To explore one subject more in depth, try our kindergarten reading worksheets.
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Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: S Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: S Sneak in some more alphabet learning to make sure your child never forgets his ABC's with this dot-to-dot worksheet.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: R Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: R Want a new way to learn the alphabet? Just connect the dots to create block letter R's.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: Q Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: Q Connect the dots on the page to connect the dots in your child's memory for the alphabet.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: P Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: P Play with the alphabet by making cool block letters by counting and connecting the dots.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: O Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: O Go from dot to dot to teach your child to go from A to Z and learn the alphabet for good!
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: N Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: N Keep the alphabet fresh in your little one's mind.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: M Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: M Just when you thought your child has learned ABC's in every way possible, there's a block letter dot-to-dot worksheet like this one.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: L Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: L Leap right into a fun alphabet activity. All your child has to do is connect the dots to create block letter L's with character.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: K Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: K Keep the alphabet learning going with a fun dot-to-dot exercise for the letter K.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: J Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: J If you have a kid who's just starting learning the alphabet, introducing him to the letter J the fun way.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: I Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: I Not enough ways to learn the alphabet? Here's a dot-to-dot that ends up with block letters to help your little learner.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: H Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: H Have a ball with the letter H in this connect-the-dot way to reinforce alphabet learning.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: G Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: G Connect the dots while drawing an uppercase and lowercase letter G.
Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: F Dot-to-Dot Alphabet: F Count the way to reinforcing the letter F, then color in this cool worksheet.
Valentine's Day Pig Coloring Page Valentine's Day Pig Coloring Page This cute cartoon pig is in the Valentine's Day spirit.
Valentine's Maze Valentine's Maze It's Valentine's Day, but these poor Valentines are separated by a tricky maze!
Kindergarten worksheets are a great way for your child to practice core concepts and skills. Our worksheets feature simple instructions and designs that work at home and in the classroom. Your kindergartener will practice and learn new letters, begin to write and read sight words, count, perform simple addition, and more. To explore one subject more in depth, try our kindergarten reading worksheets.

Make the Most of Free Kindergarten Worksheets

Kindergarteners are typically 5 years old and in their first formal year of schooling. Not all areas require enrollment in a kindergarten classroom. Many parents do not feel their 5 year old is ready for school and choose to begin their child’s formal education in first grade. Others are eager to expose their 5 year old to learning in a kindergarten classroom for its academic and social benefits. Regardless of a child’s educational history, printable kindergarten worksheets are a great asset for parents and teachers to act as a child’s primary educator.
If your child is new to learning through printed worksheets, start with some preschool worksheets to warm them up and develop their focusing skills.
First grade schooling is structured and the curriculum is determined before the year starts. If you are worried about your kindergartener keeping up next year, kindergarten worksheets can help your child to develop foundational skills for math, reading, writing, and more. Make the most of your kindergartener's worksheet time by following the suggestions below:

  • Browse our selection of age-appropriate kindergarten worksheets above. Create a free membership to download a few worksheets or upgrade for even more access to our worksheets and more. Print them at home and organize them by topic.
  • Give your child a special place to work on their printables. This could be a desk, the family dinner table, or anywhere else with a sturdy surface and comfortable chair. Make sure that the space has a well-stocked pencil box with pencils, crayons, safety scissors, and a glue stick. Kids can focus best when they don't need to get up to find school supplies mid-worksheet.
  • Before your 5 year old starts working on kindergarten worksheets, make sure to give him clear instructions for worksheet time. Clearly explain the instructions for each worksheet or coloring page. Give your child boundaries for working as well. Is worksheet time a silent time, or is singing or talking aloud? Can your child grab a snack? Will he stop working once he finishes a certain number of worksheets, or is there a set time limit? Setting clear parameters for worksheet time helps your child take his job seriously and focus without distractions.
  • In addition to strictly academic ones, make sure to select some artistic or recreational kindergarten worksheets for your child so that he can take a short break from numbers and letters. Artistic worksheets for kindergarten students also help kids develop creative thinking and fine motor skills.