Kindergarten Worksheets

To get started, consider which area you want to work on with your child (such as math or letters). For example, are you hoping to help your child improve his fine motor control or are you interested in teaching your child about how to identify individual sounds within words? Once you have identified which area you are most interested in, you can select which subcategory within that group has kindergarten worksheets that appeal to you and your child.

Missing Numbers (2)

Math Basics

Gain basic math skills such as learning the numbers, counting to 100, sorting and classifying, and creating and identifying patterns.

Identifying Letters (3) Intermediate

Alphabet Basics

Learn the letters of the alphabet, including how to identify each letter in print, how to write each letter, and what sound each letter makes.

Listening to clues (2)

Auditory Skills

Practice recognizing, interpreting, and analyzing spoken language through listening to clues and following multi-step directions.

Identifying words 4

Reading Skills

Practice critical pre-reading skills such as matching letters with their sounds, learning sight words, identifying rhyming words, and identifying words in a sentence.

Cutting Shapes Advanced

Fine Motor Skills

Strengthen the pincer grip and foster development of the scissors grip through tracing and cutting activities. Tracing lines and shapes is a critical precursor to writing letters and numbers.

Matching Shadows (10)

Visual Discrimination

Gain awareness of the differences in visual images through matching identical images, identifying dissimilar images, and identifying common themes among groups of images.

Easter Counting Activity

Holiday Worksheets

While your child is en oying your family!s holiday traditions, consider engaging him or her in an exciting board game or some fun and educational activities.

Connect the dots BILLY GOAT

Kids Activities

In this area we included some additional activities (connect the dots, mazes, games) to practice and develop basic skills like focus, problem solving, fine motor as well as math, hand writing or reading and following directions.

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