Preschool Reading Worksheets and Printables

A strong foundation for reading is essential for future success. These preschool reading worksheets will help your young learner start off on the right track. Our letter coloring pages, tracing exercises and sight word worksheets will help kids recognize their letters and the sounds they make. Our alphabet worksheets are popular for tackling the basics.
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Syllable Circus Claps Syllable Circus Claps This worksheet will help your child to understand the concept of syllables.
I Spy Game I Spy Game Play this I Spy game with your little learner to test her sense of beginning sounds and phonemes!
Find Rhyming Words Find Rhyming Words Find rhyming words with your little learner!
Sound Connections Sound Connections Put your kindergartener's sharp ears to work by helping him match pictures with the same beginning sound.
'EAR' Sound Rhyming "EAR" Sound Rhyming There's not denying the fun of rhymes, but they're also great pre-reading practice.
Color Martha's Letter Soup Color Martha's Letter Soup Martha learned to speak after eating some alphabet soup.
Matching Rhyming Words Matching Rhyming Words Rhymes aren't only fun, they're great pre-reading practice, too!
Letter M Coloring Page Letter M Coloring Page This fun alphabet coloring page will have your child coloring a cute mouse while learning the shape and sound of the letter M.
Spruce Up the Sight Word: Find Spruce Up the Sight Word: Find Ease your child into learning sight words with a fun arts and crafts activity.
Practice Beginning Sounds: Sounds Like Yo-yo Practice Beginning Sounds: Sounds Like Yo-yo Yao Yak is here to help your kindergartner practice beginning sounds.
Make a Word: Write the Missing Letter Make a Word: Write the Missing Letter This little worksheet packs a lot of learning into a little space: not only do kids practice sounding out and building words, they get a little writing practice, too.
Letter L Coloring Page Letter L Coloring Page This fun alphabet coloring page will have your child coloring a little lizard while learning the shape and sound of the letter L.
What's up Doc? Medical Vocab What's up Doc? Medical Vocab This worksheet will help your child improve his vocabulary by learning what doctors use to make sick people better.
Where to Start Reading Where to Start Reading Before your preschooler starts learning to read, make sure he knows where: the top left!
Missing Letter: B and C Words Missing Letter: B and C Words Start your beginning reader on the right track with a beginning sounds worksheet that sneaks a little writing practice, too.
Hot Lava! What Happens Next? Hot Lava! What Happens Next? This worksheet will help your child with ordering events in a sequence.
A strong foundation for reading is essential for future success. These preschool reading worksheets will help your young learner start off on the right track. Our letter coloring pages, tracing exercises and sight word worksheets will help kids recognize their letters and the sounds they make. Our alphabet worksheets are popular for tackling the basics.