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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Story of Hanukkah for Children Story of Hanukkah for Children This one page printable features the Hanukkah story for kids in a very short version.
Make a Pair: 2 Make a Pair: 2 Have your preschooler exercise her reasoning skills with this fun-filled work-sheet!
Make a Pair: 1 Make a Pair: 1 With this worksheet, your preschooler will use his reasoning skills as he pairs two different objects together.
Catchy Question Cards Catchy Question Cards This set of printable question cards is perfect for young students that love to ask questions.
What Doesn't Belong What Doesn't Belong Have some fun practicing reading comprehension with your preschooler.
Identifying Objects Identifying Objects Your preschooler will practice reasoning and pre-reading skills as he fills out this fun worksheet.
Hot Lava! What Happens Next? Hot Lava! What Happens Next? Searching for a worksheet to help your budding, young scientist?
Identify Objects Identify Objects Your child will use her reasoning skills as she decides which objects go where on fun worksheet.
Forms of Transportation Forms of Transportation Take a look at different forms of transportation with your child, and build on her reading skills.
What's up Doc? Medical Vocab What's up Doc? Medical Vocab Improve your child's vocabulary with this worksheet that practices the names of tools that doctors use to make sick people better.
Fairy Tale Match-Up: Setting Fairy Tale Match-Up: Setting Introduce your early reader to comprehension concepts.
A Normal Nighttime A Normal Nighttime What do you do on the average evening? Challenge your sleepy-head to identify all of the nighttime activities he might do before finally hitting the sack.
Letter or Word Letter or Word Get your little one started recognizing and identifying the difference between words and letters.
Book Words Book Words Teach your child the terms for the physical parts of a book and have her write over the dotted words.
Print or Picture? Print or Picture? Help your little one with simple concepts regarding books and the terms to go along with them.
Book and Print Concepts Review Quiz Book and Print Concepts Review Quiz Finish up our series of worksheets on book and print concepts for preschoolers with a review quiz!
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.