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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E is for Ears of Corn E is for Ears of Corn Learn about the African-American holiday Kwanzaa, which uses corn to symbolize children.
H is for Harvest H is for Harvest You're on to H, the eighth letter of the alphabet.
I is for Independence I is for Independence You may know Independence Day as the 4th of July, but almost every country has its own day to celebrate independence.
G is for Giving G is for Giving As you go through this holiday alphabet series, you'll notice that giving is common in holiday celebration.
Owl Coloring Page Owl Coloring Page This owl coloring page features a picture of the barn owl.
Give your kid a serious case of the giggles with these silly worksheets and ridiculous riddles.
Riddle Me Silly! 8 Funny Printables Preschoolers Love Give your kid a serious case of the giggles with these silly worksheets and ridiculous riddles.
A is for Altar A is for Altar Start the holidays A to Z series from the top.
Q is for Quail Q is for Quail Help your preschooler build her pre-literacy skills and let her color at the same time!
S is for Shamrock S is for Shamrock Shamrocks are a symbol of St. Patrick's Day.
Printable Christmas Puzzle Printable Christmas Puzzle Enjoy crafting a homemade jigsaw puzzle with your little one!
Christmas Puzzle Christmas Puzzle Here is a printable Christmas puzzle that your child can make himself!
W is for Worker W is for Worker International Workers' Day is a celebration for workers of all kinds.
Fish Shapes Match Up Fish Shapes Match Up Help your little one learn to recognize shapes and patterns with a fun, fishy match-up activity!
Toy Shapes Toy Shapes These toys have gotten their shadows all mixed up!
R is for Rain R is for Rain R is for rain, which is celebrated by the Tonga people of Zambia in a holiday called Lwiindi.
Z is for Zany Z is for Zany There are some zany holidays out there, like Fastnacht Day, a holiday for eating doughnuts.
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.