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Preschool Reading Comprehension Worksheets & Printables

Is your little learner already reading? Our preschool comprehension worksheets and printables put her powers of recollection to the test. After all, it's one thing to sound out words and finish off a sentence—it's another to make sense of the message the words seek to convey. We have everything from matching challenges to story sequencing exercises, and a "Riddle Me This" series that's both fun and engaging. Teach your child the tricks of trade when it comes to remembering what she's read with our preschool comprehension worksheets.

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Riddle me this, riddle me that! This worksheet includes reading comprehension as well as drawing fun for your preschooler or kindergartener.
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Flip through multiple beginnings, middles and ends of this colorful story! First, help your child use scissors to cut out the story.
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A lot can happen in one day! But in what order does it all happen? Practice story sequencing your daily routine with this cut and paste activity.
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To get a dog to come to you, sometimes you need to call its name. Your preschooler can learn each of these dog's names by reading the clues on this worksheet.
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This fun worksheet makes for easy teaching for several preschool skills. Have your child match descriptions of animal with their cute cartoon counterparts
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Help your preschooler build important reading comprehension skills with these story sequence worksheets. Kids will hone their ability to order stories with these playful printables.
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Match the animals in a fun exercise that will help your preschooler get on the path to reading comprehension.
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Learn to describe the locations of the things around you! Learn positional words with this roundup of scenes, and be sure to color as you go.
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Kids love to observe what people look like and what they wear. Turn this curiosity into a fun game to help with pre-reading skills.
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Build pre-comprehension and basic cognitive skills by practicing positional words (or prepositions) with your preschooler!
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Help your preschooler learn to read with this simple and fun exercise. By reading the descriptions of each house, your child picks one of the houses.
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Use cute animals to spark your child's interest so you can try out a simple reading exercise.
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Young learners will flip over this interchangeable story set! They'll learn about story structure and build pre-reading comprehension skills.
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