Our 5 favorite preschool reading worksheets

Give your li'l pre-reader's skills a boost with these letter and word activities.

By GreatSchools Staff

"Reading" pictures

Get a head start on sight words!

Your pre-reader starts learning to connect words to pictures of familiar objects in this early reading worksheet.

Above, on, below

Where should the ducks go? And the birds?

In this early reading worksheet, your child becomes more familiar with relative position — an important skill for both math and reading — while drawing the answers to complete the picture.

Matching letters

What letter is that? Can you find the other letter that matches it?

In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice identifying some of the tougher lowercase letters: t, p, b, i, d, and j.

Find the letters

D - O - G!

In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice connecting pictures to letters and words.

Connect the rhymes

What is that? It's a nest. What rhymes with nest?

In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice "reading" pictures, saying the words out loud, and finding pictures of rhyming words.