About Our Kindergarten Worksheets
These worksheets help students match the sounds (in words) that many different familiar animals will make. The activities include cut and paste and matching items for students to have fun with.
We look at items and objects that should be very recognizable to students that have spent any amount of time in a classroom environment. We attach language and meaning to the physical environment of the children.
We introduce Kindergarteners to the world of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. These worksheets not only explore each of the primary and secondary colors, but also how to sort and mix common color combinations.
A collection of helpful worksheets for making the distinction between two or more objects, numbers, or items. We take both a mathematically and subjective approach to this topic over the course of the 15 activities.
We help students begin to use math in the form of basic logic. Students tip toe through understanding the concept of regularity of a particular sequence and learn how to determine the next logical item.
This is main section for all counting sheets. Students learn to count to 100 by individual numbers and skip counts. We also suggest techniques that can help them remember sequences.
This is the foundational skill to help students learn how to classify and eventually sort items. The focus of these worksheets is on spotting the item that does not belong in a set and signifying it.
This is a both a language arts activity and swallow dive into some common vocabulary words for youngsters. Students will learn the name of very common animals that are commonly found on the farm and practice their writing skills.
This is usually an activity you would do at the beginning of the school year to help students and teachers become more familiar with one another. It is also great to revisit when new students enter your class as well.
Kindergarten Reading Comprehension
These worksheets encourage students to take part in active reading and engage with text in a meaningful way. The topics that we cover are fun and students often enjoy our sheets. We offer plenty of practice for them.
At this level students are ready for the most basic forms of measurement such as classifying something longer than another object. We also approach nonstandard forms of measure such as using a reference tool. Students learn about the concept of seasons and months of the year.
This section of our website almost goes overboard on the concept of numeracy. Students will learn how to sort, sequence, and organize number. Students also learn how to write them in words and classify them.
Students begin to think for themselves by examining a series of objects in a set and determine which is odd in that context. Students incorporate the use of shapes, numbers, colors, and many other common attributes that we examine in kindergarten.
Students begin to learn about the concept of contrary in this section. We go over very basic topics that students will easily relate to.
We help students learn relational vocabulary words in a physical context. This will help them better understand their world and become better communicators of the concept of location.
Who does not love these wonders? Students will learn language concepts related to this theme and they just might be on the look out for them after a sunny rainfall takes place.
We take an inventory to see if our students are prepared to begin reading independently. We take a general approach to this which will work with most commonly used reading programs. The focus is on understanding where a student’s phonological awareness skills are at.
Students match objects to the shadow that they would most likely cast in sunlight. This helps students improve their visual perception and discrimination skills.
These fluffy guys are just a bunch of fun. They can serve a great pivot to using and improving our language skills. We also include a math and science-based activity for you.
We include 30 weekly spelling word lists for kindergarten teachers and parents. The words are all defined in simple terms for students. This will make for a great activity during the school year or over the course of a summer.
We explore common vocabulary terms that are associated with this concept, and we use them in the context of a sentence. We also use this theme to graduate to journaling and explore our thoughts about weather with language.
We help students become much more familiar with their pencils. We spend a good amount of time learning to write our names. We also learn how to answer questions with written sentences to prompts that we may come across.