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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Where is Manny? Where is Manny? It's time to start monkeying around! Tell where Manny the monkey is by using the positional words at the bottom of the page.
Catchy Question Cards III Catchy Question Cards III This worksheet covers a broad range of preschool skills, including addition, time telling, reading, and science.
Put Things in Order Put Things in Order Put things in order from first to last! A big part of pre-reading comprehension is learning to put events in order.
Catchy Questions Cards II Catchy Questions Cards II This worksheet covers a broad set of skills for your preschooler to practice, including addition, time telling, reading, and science.
Putting Things in Order Putting Things in Order Practice putting things in order with your early learner!
Fact or Make Believe? Fact or Make Believe? Help your preschooler understand the difference between reality and make believe in this reading comprehension worksheet.
Blast Off! Complete the Order of Events Blast Off! Complete the Order of Events This printable will help your budding astronaut practice her reasoning and sequencing skills.
Pre-Reading Cat Game Pre-Reading Cat Game See if your child can read these descriptions and decide which name goes with which cat.
When your child is in preschool, it's not easy to monitor exactly how he's doing. It's not all about ABC's or 1-2-3's, and every kid learns differently. As an involved parent, what can you do to keep your child's brain growing? This set of 15 worksheets has an answer for you: problem solving! Problem solving is a timeless exercise and part of everyday life that can engage young kids. If the reading level of these worksheets is too high for your child, don't fret. This is a great chance to get involved as you guide him through it.
Preschool Problem Solving When your child is in preschool, it's not easy to monitor exactly how he's doing.
Reading Comprehension Practice: Jimmy and the Cake Reading Comprehension Practice: Jimmy and the Cake This worksheet will give your child some important reading comprehension practice that also combines imagination and the fun of drawing!
Story Sequencing: Tyler's Day Story Sequencing: Tyler's Day This story sequencing worksheet helps with reading comprehension, listing, and even artistic skills!
How to Turn the Page How to Turn the Page Teach your child to turn the page from left to right before he tries to read a book backwards.
Where to Start Reading Where to Start Reading Before your preschooler starts learning to read, make sure he knows where: the top left!
Story Sequencing: Jacob's Day Story Sequencing: Jacob's Day This reading comprehension exercise combines important pre-reading skills with the fun of drawing.
Something's Not Right! Something's Not Right! Daisy Daytime, our hero of the day, is confused!
Pre-Reading People Game Pre-Reading People Game Start developing your preschooler's reading skills with this fun game.
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.