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Help your kids fine-tune their reading skills with these fun print-at-home worksheets.
This exercise covers all the letters from A to Z! As your preschooler fills in the missing letters, she'll increase her familiarity with the alphabet and strengthen her hand muscles.
Trace & Write (205 KB)
Turn learning their letters and numbers into a game that makes it so much more fun! To play, kids make their way across the board, calling out letters and numbers as they go.
Alphabet and Number Derby (156 KB)
These dinosaur alphabet flashcards are perfect for getting little ones excited about learning their ABCs.
Dinosaur Alphabet (2.38 MB)
Adventurers, get ready for lift-off! Race to the planet by connecting letters A to Z and prove that you're an alphabet master.
Alphabet Learning (435 KB)
Give your child vowel practice with this fun worksheet featuring Jumbo, the hungry elephant. Your preschooler will have a great time as he masters key writing and letter recognition skills.
Find the Vowels (423 KB)
This cute bingo game offers fun practice of sight words and helps pave the colorful way to reading.
Sight Words Game (2.12 MB)
These toys are all missing the first letter of their names! Kids choose the correct letter and write it on the lines provided, letting them practice identifying beginning sounds and writing lowercase letters.
Find Missing Letters (98.2 KB)
Test your child's alphabet knowledge with this fun color-by-letter worksheet. After she assigns a color to each letter, she'll color in the ocean scene to find the hidden submarine.
Hidden Submarine (253 KB)
This classic memory game will help your kindergartner learn some of the basic sight words. It’s also a great way to work on cutting skills!
Sight Word Memory Match (113 KB)
How many Ks are needed to get a mouse up and down a clock? In this worksheet your child will practice his reading skills as he counts how many words in the nursery rhyme contain the letter K.
Find the Letter K (217 KB)
After cutting out the word raindrops, your child will find the ones that rhyme with "frog” and then glue them back onto the worksheet to make a rainy rhyming scene.
Rhyming Raindrops (227 KB)
Grab your pencil and hitch a ride on the vowel train! Can your little learner find all the vowels and get them on the train in time? This fun worksheet is great writing and letter recognition practice.
Vowel Train (315 KB)
Anne the Ant needs some help to make it across the pond. Can your child find the rhyming short vowel sounds and give her a hand? Great practice for reading, writing, and rhyming short vowel sounds.
Short Vowel Rhyming (458 KB)
Help your first-grader build her reading comprehension by predicting how a story ends. She'll read the short passages and then choose the outcome that makes the most sense.
How Does it End? (341 KB)
Need a short vowel sound review? Covering all the vowels from a to u, this worksheet is sure to deliver. Kids say the name of each picture and then choose the word that goes with it.
Short Vowel Sounds (700 KB)
Covering all the vowels from a to u, this worksheet makes a fantastic long vowel review. Kids read the words in each row and then figure out which ones have the long vowel sound given.
Learning Long Vowels (324 KB)
Looking for a colorful way to reinforce her reading skills? This printable bingo game contains some built-in sight words that are important for her to recognize in first grade.
Sight Words Bingo (891 KB)
What happened next? Understanding the arc of a storyline is a big part of reading comprehension. Here, kids look at three story lines and figure out what happened in the middle.
Story Comprehension (533 KB)
Give your second-grader's logical thinking skills and reading comprehension a healthy boost by having him practice connecting causes and effects by selecting a logical ending to each sentence.
Identifying Cause & Effect (135 KB)
Understanding antonyms is also key to vocabulary development, and this worksheet offers good practice. But beware: There are synonyms and other words mixed in to make sure children know the difference.
Antonyms: Opposites Attract (37.4 KB)
On this worksheet, kids practice adding "s" or "es" to singular nouns to change them to plurals, an essential skill they will need for fluent oral and silent reading.
Plurals: Add “s” or “es” (42.4 KB)
Part of vocabulary development includes an understanding of common synonyms. Here, kids connect a word in the first column with its synonym in the second column.
Synonym Match (35.0 KB)
Help your child learn about context clues by having him look at “Chuck’s” vacation photos. Then ask him to use his imagination to write captions for each one.
Photo Captions (235 KB)
A great way to boost reading comprehension is to write part of the story yourself! Here, kids read the mini-story, then finish it by writing what they think will happen next.
Story Comprehension (325 KB)
Frank only speaks facts and Opie only speaks opinions, and your child will need to use her critical reasoning abilities to figure out what person speaks each statement.
Fact & Opinion (232 KB)
On this worksheet, kids change the highlighted present-tense verbs to irregular past-tense verbs. Then they find all of the irregular past-tense verbs in a word search.
Irregular Past-Tense Verbs (192 KB)
This worksheet explains how to identify the different kinds of nouns. Students will then put their new knowledge to the test by circling the common and proper nouns, and capitalizing the proper nouns.
Nouns: Common or Proper? (41.1 KB)
This subject and predicate worksheet is a great tool for third-graders who are learning to identify the parts of a sentence, helping them strengthen their knowledge of language structure and grammar.
Synonyms & Antonyms (39.2 KB)
This cut-and-paste worksheet gives kids practice forming complete sentences with a subject and predicate, as well as identifying adjectives and nouns.
Subject & Predicate: Mix & Match (75.4 KB)
Subject & Predicate (43.1 KB)
Browse more great worksheets by grade and topic at education.com.