Kindergarten Worksheets and Printables

Kindergarten worksheets are a great way to help your child practice core concepts and skills. Ours feature simple instructions and designs that appeal to both parents and teachers. Your kindergartener will practice and learn new letters, begin to write and read sight words, count, perform simple addition, and more.
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Practice Tracing the Letter X Practice Tracing the Letter X First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter X. Then they trace the letter X!
Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase Q Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase Q This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase Q. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden quail picture.
Coloring 16: I Scream for Ice Cream! Coloring 16: I Scream for Ice Cream! You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream!
Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase H Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase H This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase H. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden hat picture.
Letter Maze: Q Letter Maze: Q Kids use quarters to buy gum by completing a Q maze on this kindergarten reading worksheet.
Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase Y Color by Letter: Capital and Lowercase Y This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase Y. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden letter picture.
My Favorites! My Favorites! What are your favorite things? Kindergarten is a time for exploring ME, so help your little one cut out the pages to write her own mini book.
'An' Words: My Word Family Book "An" Words: My Word Family Book Does your child need practice with reading?
Lowercase Letter Sudoku: yzab Lowercase Letter Sudoku: yzab Kindergarteners will combine math and reading skills in our lowercase letter Sudoku puzzle.
Practice Tracing the Letter L Practice Tracing the Letter L First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter L. Then they trace the letter L!
My Special Day My Special Day Keeping a journal is a great way to remember special moments!
Tracing Numbers & Counting: 16 Tracing Numbers & Counting: 16 On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 16, then write their own.
Our Five Senses: Smell Our Five Senses: Smell Kids draw something they smell in the garden for this kindergarten science worksheet.
Writing the Letter m Writing the Letter m This worksheet is all about helping your preschooler or kindergartener recognize, trace, and write the lowercase letter m.
Jump Into Writing: Write a 'Bug' Sentence Jump Into Writing: Write a "Bug" Sentence Help your kindergartener improve his all-around writing skills with a made-up sentence about an interesting insect.
Add the Numbers: Ricky the Caterpillar Add the Numbers: Ricky the Caterpillar Help Ricky the Caterpillar find the softest, squishiest apple to burrow his way through.
Kindergarten worksheets are a great way to help your child practice core concepts and skills. Ours feature simple instructions and designs that appeal to both parents and teachers. Your kindergartener will practice and learn new letters, begin to write and read sight words, count, perform simple addition, and more.

Make the Most of Kindergarten Worksheets

Kindergarten worksheets get 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:

  • Give your child a special place to work on kindergarten worksheets. 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 child starts working on kindergarten worksheets, make sure to give him clear instructions for worksheet time. Clearly explain the instructions for each worksheet. 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 worksheets, 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.