Preschool Worksheets and Printables

Preschool is a great time to introduce your kids to worksheets to prepare them for elementary school. These preschool worksheets include fun themes and visuals to inspire a love of learning. Use these worksheets to teach them about letters, number recognition, counting shapes, and more. To start with a specific subject, try our preschool math worksheets.
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Match the Shapes Match the Shapes Oh, what a mix-up! With this worksheet, your child matches mixed-up shapes together.
Race the Thanksgiving Turkeys Race the Thanksgiving Turkeys Here's a fun game that you can take anywhere!
Beginning Sounds: H and J Beginning Sounds: H and J More than just your typical coloring page, this fun sheet offers phonics practice, too.
Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter I Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter I Want to get your preschooler ready for reading?
Halloween Board Game Halloween Board Game Here's a Halloween board game that's extra special--not only do kids get to play it, they get to color it themselves!
Grocery Store Game Grocery Store Game Your little one can get valuable categorizing practice with this fun worksheet featuring grocery items and some things that don't belong.
Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter B Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter B Bursting with activities all about the letter B, this worksheet is sure to spark your preschooler's interest in reading and get her prepped for her first year of school.
R is for Ring! Practice Writing the Letter R R is for Ring! Practice Writing the Letter R This rockin' worksheet will ready your young writer for her letter writing success!
Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter Y Get Ready for Reading: All About the Letter Y It may not be very common, but the letter Y starts more than its fair share of important words, like "year," "yes," and "you."
U is for Up! Practice Writing the Letter U U is for Up! Practice Writing the Letter U Help your child soar up, up and away to letter writing success with this uplifting worksheet that will build up your child's writing skills as she learns all about the letter U.
Learning the fruits and vegetables in Spanish is a great way for young kids to expand their language skills, and opens up a whole new world of words.  This slideshow of beautiful coloring pages features the words in both English and Spanish, and the pictures show how edible plants grow.  After they’re done with the language and science lesson, kids can flex their artistic muscles by adding some color to the seeds, fruits and vegetables.
Fruits and Vegetables in Spanish Coloring Pages Learning the fruits and vegetables in Spanish is a great way for young kids to expand their language skills, and opens up a whole new world of words.
Simple Mandala Simple Mandala This simple and swirly mandala picture is a great way to teach your child about other cultures and their art.
Letter Sounds: L Letter Sounds: L L is for leaf! Kids completing this prekindergarten reading worksheet circle all of the pictures that begin with an L sound.
Counting: The Number 3 Counting: The Number 3 On this prekindergarten math worksheet, ABC books can help kids with their 123s, or more specifically, the number 3.
C is for Cat! Practice Writing the Letter C C is for Cat! Practice Writing the Letter C C is for Cat! Help your young writer develop strong fine motor skills with this crafty worksheet.
Beginning Sounds Coloring: Sounds Like Snake Beginning Sounds Coloring: Sounds Like Snake Here's a fun coloring page that helps preschoolers learn beginning letter sounds and the letters that go with them.
Preschool is a great time to introduce your kids to worksheets to prepare them for elementary school. These preschool worksheets include fun themes and visuals to inspire a love of learning. Use these worksheets to teach them about letters, number recognition, counting shapes, and more. To start with a specific subject, try our preschool math worksheets.

Using Preschool Worksheets at Home or in Class

The preschool years go from 3 to 5 years of age, prior to the start of Kindergarten or the formal classroom environment of first grade. The preschool years represent a unique developmental window where kids are growing out of toddlerhood and are very receptive to both formal learning and informal learning through play. Some preschoolers have spent most of their time at home with parents or caretakers, while others have been in a daycare or school environment part or full time. In any of these scenarios, preschool worksheets can help 3, 4, or 5 year olds grow accustomed to using writing tools and paper to learn new concepts.
Try these tips to create an educational and engaging environment for your child while using printable preschool worksheets:

  • Determine what topic your child should focus on with preschool printables. Choose a theme they love to keep them engaged, or direct their attention to an area they have not mastered yet, like colors, letter or number recognition or social skills they will need when they enter kindergarten. Stick to one subject at a time to make sure worksheet time is age appropriate and your preschooler can realistically focus on the topic you chose.
  • Select and download from our collection of thousands of preschool worksheets. Each free Education.com member can download and print several free worksheets per month. Consider upgrading your membership for unlimited access to our educational resources!
  • Give your preschooler 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.
  • If you are in a classroom setting, take advantage of the fact that preschoolers love to imitate each other and adults by setting up dedicated time for the whole group to complete worksheets or coloring sheets together.
  • When your child is working through worksheets for preschoolers, ask questions. Have him tell you the names of letters or objects on the printed page, or ask him if the worksheet reminds him of anything in his life.