Preschool Worksheets and Printables

Help prepare your child for elementary school and beyond! These preschool worksheets are easy to download and help make early learning engaging for your 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old. Guide your child through these preschool worksheets to teach him about letters, music, shapes, imaginative play, and more.
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Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter J Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter J Bring your preschooler one step closer to reading with this fun worksheet that's jam-packed with the letter J.
Color the Fancy Fish Color the Fancy Fish From spots to stripes, these fish are pretty fancy, but your child can make them even fancier if she pulls out her crayons and gives them some color.
Race the Thanksgiving Turkeys Race the Thanksgiving Turkeys Here's a fun game that you can take anywhere!
Beginning Sounds: N and Q Beginning Sounds: N and Q Kids learn all about beginning sounds as they color all Q pictures brown and N pictures red.
Practice Tracing the Letter K Practice Tracing the Letter K First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter K. Then they trace the letter K!
Color the Dinosaur: Tyrannosaurus Rex Color the Dinosaur: Tyrannosaurus Rex The T-Rex on this coloring page looks like he's ready to attack.
Pumpkin Game: Candy Toss! Pumpkin Game: Candy Toss! This pumpkin game is fun for Halloween parties or just an after trick-or-treating activity.
Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter X Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter X Give your preschooler practice with the fun, criss-cross letter X with this cute worksheet that gets her writing and identifying all things "X."
Letter Sounds: L Letter Sounds: L L is for leaf! Kids completing this prekindergarten reading worksheet circle the pictures that begin with an L sound.
Letter Sounds: F Letter Sounds: F F is for fish! Kids completing this prekindergarten reading worksheet circle the pictures that begin with an F sound.
Beginning Sounds: G and C Beginning Sounds: G and C Boost phonics skills with this fun worksheet.
Let's Go Shopping!: Globe Let's Go Shopping!: Globe A coin-counting worksheet for preschoolers featuring a globe.
P is for Party! Practice Writing the Letter P P is for Party! Practice Writing the Letter P This playful printable will help your preschooler practice her letter writing skills as she prints and plays her way to mastering the letter P!
Letter Sounds: K Letter Sounds: K K is for key! Kids completing this prekindergarten reading worksheet circle the pictures that begin with a K sound.
A is for Apple! Practice Writing the Letter A A is for Apple! Practice Writing the Letter A With this worksheet, your child will get great fine motor practice by coloring in the apples, tracing the letter A and then writing some A's on her own.
The Color Purple The Color Purple Kids practice a range of skills as they write their names, trace words and color in purple, and cut out book pages on this preschool and kindergarten worksheet.
Help prepare your child for elementary school and beyond! These preschool worksheets are easy to download and help make early learning engaging for your 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old. Guide your child through these preschool worksheets to teach him about letters, music, shapes, imaginative play, and more.

Make the Most of Preschool Worksheets

Preschool worksheets are great learning tools for young children. Kids who are just starting to work with paper and writing tools need extra help and structure to make the most of their time with preschool worksheets. Try these tips to create an educational and engaging environment for your child while using printable preschool worksheets:

  • Give your child a clutter-free and quiet space to complete worksheets. Young children get distracted easily, so it's important to create a calming oasis where they can learn without noise and objects that could take away their attention.
  • When your child sits down with a preschool worksheet, explain the directions clearly with words and pointing. When you've explained the directions, give your child time to work through the page by himself, but let him know where you'll be if he needs help.
  • Preschoolers learn best when they focus on a subject over several different exercises. If you want your child to learn about the letter G, try reading a book with the letter in its title, singing a song about the letter G, then giving your child a set of letter G-themed printable preschool worksheets. These exercises can be done in one afternoon or spread out over several days.
  • When your child is working through worksheets for preschoolers, ask questions. Have him tell you the names of letters or objects on the page, or ask him if the worksheet reminds him of anything in his life.