Preschool Vocabulary Worksheets and Printables

Our preschool vocabulary worksheets introduce new and uncommon words to preschoolers in the process of acquiring important reading and writing skills. From distinguishing between letters and words, to learning about the different kinds of writing styles she'll encounter when she reads or imitates when she starts writing, our vocabulary worksheets are a good way to prepare your kid for the world of the word. Take a look at our printable preschool vocabulary worksheets and stretch your preschoolers literacy capabilities.
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Teach your child the book basics he needs to know before diving into the wonderful world of reading. This fun series of worksheets guides your little one through concepts like how to turn a page, which direction to read, and the difference between letters and words.
Building Block 10: Print Concepts Teach your child the book basics he needs to know before diving into the wonderful world of reading.
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Our Favorite Cat Worksheets We think these educational worksheets are purrrrrfect for the cat-lover in your house!
One Syllable Word Search One Syllable Word Search This beginning reader's word search gets your kid to practice important vocabulary words, and he'll have a blast while he's at it!
Where to Start Reading Where to Start Reading Before your preschooler starts learning to read, make sure he knows where: the top left!
Name the Animal Board Game Name the Animal Board Game Animal names are a common starting place for vocabulary development for young learners.
Farm Animal Vocabulary Farm Animal Vocabulary Play this fun farm animal board game to help your preschooler practice vocabulary!
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.
Book and Print Concepts Cover Page Book and Print Concepts Cover Page Start off a totally cute and helpful guide to books for a preschooler.
What Type of Text? What Type of Text? Help your preschooler understand there are different types of text to be read in books, and practice some handwriting on some big words.
Letter or Word Letter or Word Get your little one started recognizing and identifying the difference between words and letters.
Word Spaces Word Spaces Practice spacing the words in a sentence the right way with this handwriting exercise.
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!
Print or Picture? Print or Picture? Help your little one with simple concepts regarding books and the terms to go along with them.
Book Words Book Words Teach your child the terms for the physical parts of a book and have her write over the dotted words.
How to Read a Book How to Read a Book This worksheet helps to teach your child how to read a book, by first showing her to read left to right.
How to Read Text How to Read Text Move along in our set of book concepts for preschoolers with a reminder to read text from top to bottom and a handwriting exercise for your little learner.
Our preschool vocabulary worksheets introduce new and uncommon words to preschoolers in the process of acquiring important reading and writing skills. From distinguishing between letters and words, to learning about the different kinds of writing styles she'll encounter when she reads or imitates when she starts writing, our vocabulary worksheets are a good way to prepare your kid for the world of the word. Take a look at our printable preschool vocabulary worksheets and stretch your preschoolers literacy capabilities.