Kindergarten worksheets are a great tool for learning important concepts. Children at this age are learning new skills such as how to recognize letters, numbers, patterns and more. Using worksheets is a fantastic way to develop and exercise these skills.
Below you will find some basic skills kindergartners should be working on. The skills include: letter recognition, beginning and ending sounds, phonics, letter order and matching, following directions, number recognition and order, patterns and counting.
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Reading and Language Skills
Letter recognition is the most important part of learning how to read. This worksheet helps children practice recognizing letters by accurately matching the lowercase letters to the uppercase letters. They will also develop their handwriting skills by printing the letter in the space provided.
Handwriting practice helps children develop fine motor skills and their visual perception. Use this worksheet to practice printing the lowercase letters of the alphabet.
This worksheet is designed to help children develop their early phonics skills by learning the sounds and letters that are at the beginning of a word. This worksheet asks the child to say the name of the pictures in each row, and then circle the correct letter that corresponds with the beginning sound.
This worksheet is designed to help children develop their early phonics skills by learning the sounds and recognizing the letters that end in a word. This worksheet asks the child to say the name of the pictures in each row, and then circle the correct letter that corresponds with the ending sound.
In this pattern recognition worksheet, children will observe and develop an understanding of letter patterns. Their job is to look at the letter patterns in each row and circle the letter in the box that would come next in the pattern.
An important skill for Kindergartners to master is to be able to follow directions. Following simple instructions, such as circling a picture or placing an x on a picture, will help reinforce and strengthen their listening skills. This worksheet gives the child an opportunity to practice these skills by following easy verbal instructions.
Identify Large Numbers
This worksheet provides the opportunity for children to test their knowledge and identify which number is the largest in each row.
Children will fill in the missing numbers in each row of seven, and print the correct number in the box provided.
Number Cut and Paste
To reinforce fine motor skills and numerical order children will cut number 1-5 out and paste them in sequential order in the space provided.
Practice Makes Perfect
All of these free Kindergarten worksheets will help strengthen and develop important learning skills children need to succeed in school. Use these basic skills worksheets to practice important reading, language and math concepts.