Our free printable preschool worksheets will help your early learners get ready for the BIG school! We have a growing collection of fun pages to provide kids with lots of practice, especially with letters and letter sounds.
Here's a fun maze for your preschoolers! First, kids must decide which pictures start with the letter B. Then they find a path from Start to Finish as they color all the pictures that begin with B. Simple, fun and educational!
Now try Circles and Sounds 2 which features words that begin with the letter P.
1) As an extension activity, ask students to identify even more B words. They might see objects around them that begin with B, or they may already know other B words. Possible responses include banana, bat, box, boots, balloon, bear, book, button, bird and many more.
2) Encourage students to listen to the difference between B and D words. Can they hear the difference between big /dig and bug/dug? Do they know the difference between b and d when they see the letters?
3) In a similar manner, stress the difference between B and P. Ask kids to listen to the difference in the initial sounds of big/pig, bill/pill, bear/pear, and bee/pea. Again, ask kids to look at the letters to see similarities and differences.
Here are some more preschool pages to promote fun learning.
ABC Fill-Ins: Two pages give students practice in completing the alphabet, then finding letters that spell a few kid-friendly words.
All spelling begins with letters.
These free printable preschool worksheets cover ABC order for beginners.
Word Match Worksheets - Two printable preschool worksheets in which young learners match the picture/word to the identical word. These pages teach visual discrimination and the reading of simple words.
Literacy Worksheets for Early Learners: 3 fun pages that your kids can customize.
Letter Lines - Students read, copy and spell some simple three and four-letter words. Perfect for kids who are ready to read!
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Free Alphabet Games - "Secret Letters" and "Order, Please!" Two easy games to play with a group of early learners.
Which One? and Alphabetical Objects: Two free preschool activities that you can do with your child around the house, in the car, or in the classroom. The only supplies required are a few everyday items.
Letter Lane - This phomenic awareness board game features beginning consonant sounds for the letters b,d,f and m. No reading is necessary.
ABC Pop-Up - One of the simplest games around. That makes it perfect for young students and busy teachers!
Think-a-Spell eBook: 365 Brain Teasers and Spelling Challenges for Ages 10 to Adult
AnyWord Spelling Practice Series Worksheets, games & prompts that work with almost ANY spelling words!
Fun Spelling Worksheets for Grades 1/2 50 All-new reproducible pages for early learners!