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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Connect-the-Dots Alphabet Connect-the-Dots Alphabet This dino connect the dots has the alphabet for kids to practice their lower case letters and fine motor skills.
Truck Dot-to-Dot Truck Dot-to-Dot It's easy to see in this truck dot-to-dot that "truck" starts with T!
Spruce Up the Sight Word: Three Spruce Up the Sight Word: Three Add a little arts and crafts into the mix with this unique sight word worksheet!
'at' Words "at" Words Hat. Cat.
'an' Words "an" Words "An" words come together with this word family puzzle set.
Fill in the Letters: SDB Fill in the Letters: SDB This worksheet lets your child play with letters, build words, and practice his writing skills.
Count to 10: Go Bananas! Count to 10: Go Bananas! A monkey wants to reach the bananas! On this prekindergarten worksheet, kids count to 10 and draw a line along that path that to reach the bananas.
Color the Grinning Lion Color the Grinning Lion This cute coloring page features the lion, king of the jungle and a happy animal, today.
Color the Trick or Treat Bag Color the Trick or Treat Bag This simple Halloween coloring page features a classic trick or treating bag that's waiting to be colored in by your child.
Weather Wheel Weather Wheel This weather wheel is a great tool for encouraging kids to practice identifying kinds of weather everyday.
Temperature Wheel Temperature Wheel This temperature wheel guides your child through realizing the outside temperature daily.
Tracing Lowercase Letters x,y,z Tracing Lowercase Letters x,y,z Little writers can learn handwriting one line at a time with this tracing worksheet.
Tracing Lowercase Letters k,v,w Tracing Lowercase Letters k,v,w Tracing lines is the first step to learning how to write letters.
Words That Start With O Words That Start With O This page is full of words that start with O to help your child learn his alphabet.
Talking Tiger Coloring Page Talking Tiger Coloring Page A coloring page of a tiger, tailor-made for preschoolers
Tracing Lowercase Letters c,o,a Tracing Lowercase Letters c,o,a Get your pencils ready, it's time for handwriting practice!
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.