These preschool worksheets provide a LOT of fun, worthwhile practice in important language learning for your young ones. Whether you're teaching at home, at daycare, or in an established preschool, you're sure to find plenty of helpful preschool printables here!
Scroll through the list to find the skills you need. Remember to check back often for new additions to this collection!
New! Alphabet Worksheets that help kids match upper and lowercase letters, for the entire alphabet! If this sounds a bit daunting for your early learners, why not begin with some of our other options shown below? For those who are up to the challenge, these free printables provide great practice!
ABC Fill-In On each of these pages, students need to supply the missing letters of the alphabet. Then they will read and spell three kid-friendly words and find those letters in the alphabet path. One page features lowercase letters, the other page, uppercase ones.
Alphabet printables: All spelling begins with letters. These worksheets cover ABC order for beginners. Page one has letters for kids to cut out, then paste in order. Page two, shown here, has missing beginning consonants, and a challenge to rewrite the words in ABC order. Adult help may be needed.
ABC Puzzlers: This free alphabet worksheet asks kids to complete a dot-to-dot and identify the letters of the alphabet in order.
What's Cooking? Three cut-and-paste worksheets require kids to sort capital letters from lower letters.
Circles and Sounds 1: 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!
Circles and Sounds 2: This time, kids must decide which pictures start with the letter P. Then they find a path from Start to Finish as they color all the pictures that begin with P. More learning fun!
What's Last? Two cute pages in which kids need to say the names of some common objects and identify their ending sounds.
Phonics Printables - 2 super-simple worksheets for beginners, featuring the letters b, c, d, f, g, and h as initial consonants
Letter Lines - Two fun worksheets that ask kids to read, copy and spell some simple three and four letter words. Perfect for kids who are eager to learn to read!
If these worksheets are too simple for your students, please head on over to our set of printable worksheets for kids in K-Grade 2.