Free reading readiness worksheets

This page features over 100 phonics, reading readiness, and reading comprehension worksheets for children in preschool through sixth grade. In order to view and print worksheets from this site you will need Adobe Reader version 6 or later. Sight Word Recognition: Little - This pre-primer Dolch sight word recognition worksheet features the word little. Short i Phonogram Packet - Activities in this twelve page phonogram packet include, alphabetizing, sentence completion, word search, word scrambles and more. Words With the Short i Sound - Phonics and vocabulary practice are incorporated into this word search puzzle. Short Sound of Letter A - Follow the words with the short a sound to help the cat through the maze. Jake and the long a Sound - Complete the story and identify rhyming words using long a words from the word box. Ending Sound of Letter K - Color, cut and paste pictures that end with the k sound into the book. Last Letter On the Farm Worksheets 2a-2c - Name each picture and write the ending consonant for each word. Last Letter Animals - Color the pictures and complete the spelling of dog, cat, pig, and fox. Beginning Sound of Letter M - Students will say the name of each picture and color the pictures that begin with the M sound.
Phonics B, C, and D Worksheet Set - Four beginning phonics worksheets featuring the letters b, c, and d. Beginning Sound of Letter B - Trace and print upper and lower case letter b then complete the spelling of the words pictured. Farm Animal Letter Match - Match each farm animal with the letter making the same beginning sound.
Halloween Letter Match - Draw a line from each Halloween picture to the letter with the same beginning sound. The Beginning Sound of Fruit - Say the name of each fruit and circle the letter that makes the beginning sound.
The Beginning Sound of Vegetables - Say the name of each vegetable and circle the letter that makes the beginning sound.
Beginning Sounds of t, k, and f - Two kindergarten phonics worksheets are available in this set.
Beginning Sounds d, j, k, m, w - Say the name of each picture and circle the letter with the same beginning sound. Beginning Sounds h, c, t, a, b - Name the pictures and circle the letter that has the same beginning sound as the picture. Beginning Sounds of Letters - Circle the words in each row that have the same beginning sound.
Crab in a Cab - Read the sentence, answer the questions, and trace and print the word crab. The Bouncing Ball - Color the picture, print the word ball, read a sentence, and answer questions. Play With Clay - Read the sentence, answer three questions, color the picture, and print the word clay. A Bright Moon Last Night - A reading comprehension worksheet featuring the ight word family. Word Families 1 - Fill in the missing letters to correctly spell the words with est in them. Happy Horse Vowels Worksheet 1 - Identify, circle, and print the vowels shown in the picture.
Phonics at the Zoo - Students must recognize the zoo animals to correctly identify the beginning consonant sound on each worksheet. Phonics on the Farm - Students must recognize the zoo animals to correctly identify the beginning consonant sound on each worksheet.
A Birthday Party - Complete each birthday party related word by adding a beginning consonant then match the word to the picture.

Beginning Consonants Worksheets 2-3 - This set include two worksheets in which students draw a line from each picture to the letter that begins its name.
Vowels and Consonants on the Farm - C-V-C worksheet includes the words pig, cat, dog, hen, and sun. First Letter On the Farm - Write the beginning consonant letter for each of the farm related words pictured.
Beginning Consonants - Circle the picture in each row that has the same beginning sound as the first picture. Ending Consonants - Three worksheets (b,d,f,g) (k,l,m,n) (p,r,s,t) to help your students recognize the ending sounds of words. See, Say, Write, and Read - Read and print the words see, boy, and girl then complete the sentences using the words boy and girl.
Look, Think and Read Worksheet 2 - Read the sentences and mark the sentence that describes the bunny in the picture. Look, Think and Read Worksheet 3 - Look at each picture, read the sentences and mark the sentence describing the picture. Look, Think and Read Worksheet 4 - Students will look at the pictures and identify the sentence that describes the picture. Wally the Word Detective - Students will cross off the pre-primer Dolch words in each group that are different from the bold word. Reading Readiness Worksheet 2 - Use the words book, chair, hat, bike, and dog to complete sentences. Reading Readiness 1 - Complete each sentence with a word from the word box then color the pictures. Reading Readiness Worksheet 6 - Students will use the words monkey, jump, read, and long to complete the sentences. See, Say, Write, and Read - Students will look at the words see, in, bunny and hat, say and print each word and read sentences containing the same words.
See, Say, Read, and Write - This reading readiness worksheet focuses on the words the, jump, and can. Matching Words Worksheets C and D - Students will circle the matching primer Dolch words on these two worksheets. Matching Words worksheets A and B - Students will circle the matching pre-primer Dolch words on these two worksheets.
Computer Charlie 3 - Two worksheets, one related to printing capital letters, the other related to printing lower case letters.
Story Sequencing - This is a two page worksheet in which students will read nursery rhymes then number the order of events. Draw a Story - Draw a three-frame story in sequence on worksheet 1 and a four-frame story in sequence on worksheet 2. Betsy Bear - Students will cut and paste pictures in order to match the story of Betsy Bear. Dinosaur Reading Comprehension Worksheet 1 - Read short paragraphs about Diplodocus, Pachycephalosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus then answer questions about each. KC Jazz Workshop - Read a promotional flyer and answer questions pertaining to the KC Jazz Workshops. Cause and Effect Worksheet 2 - Encourage thinking skills when you ask students to match an effect with a possible cause. The Main Idea - Look at each picture and circle the sentence that tells the main idea of the picture.
Reading Worksheet 1 - Cross off the word that does not belong and add a word that does belong.
Reading A Label - Read the label on a bottle of fictional healthy tonic and answer the questions.
Words With Two Meanings Worksheet 2 - Write a sentence for two different meanings of the words saw, ring, bat, pen, and top. Words With Two Meanings Worksheet 3 - Write a sentence for two meanings of the words watch, plant, stamp, yard, crow, stand, and leaves. Blues and Folk Music Workshop - Students will utilize reading, math, and thinking skills when they read the promotional flyer and answer the questions.

Context Clues - Read each piece of information and decide what the word in bold probably means. Dinosaur Reading Comprehension Worksheet 2 - Read about Ankylosaurus, Iguanodon, and Brachiosaurus and answer questions about each dinosaur.
Sonoran Desert Activity - Students will read about the desert and complete a picture when doing these two worksheets. My Name is Albert - Read a story and answer the questions on this reading comprehension worksheet.
August 10, 2012 by Mackenzie 15 Comments Looking over a list like this felt a little daunting; even for a teacher-mom! One of the greatest lessons parents can take take away from viewing this list of things their child needs to learn before Kindergarten, is that some type of preschool teaching is VITAL to their success in Kindergarten and Elementary School in general! I recently compiled this checklist by using a public school, private school, and a homeschool preschool assessment. In doing my Reading Specialist Degree at San Diego State University, we looked at many of the different studies that talked about the discrepancy between a child who comes into the school setting prepared and a child who has not been afforded the benefit of being prepared for school. I invite you to join The Cheerios and Lattes family as we begin to work on these specific skills through fun and play! This is interesting because a friend was recently telling me that you had to pass a test and interview to go to public school Kindergarten and I was thinking – wow!
You can view additional English worksheets covering vocabulary, grammar, writing activities, and more by visiting each of the English worksheet pages.
Students will trace the word, identify the word, fill in missing letters to spell the word, and complete sentences using the word little.
This three page worksheet is appropriate for sixth grade and as a life skills activity for special needs students of all ages. Students will read the My Puppy and identify and count the occurrence of the letter a and the letter p in the text.
Nothing from this site may be stored on Google Drive or any other online file storage system. Therefore, this is a well-rounded list of what exactly you need to be sure your child knows or is in the beginning stages of mastering before entering Kindergarten. Unfortunately, so many studies highlighted the fact that many children who come from a lower income socioeconomic setting are not as prepared as other students. Each week will give you activities that will help our children and yours to master the skills below! I'm a follower of Jesus, wife, mama of two toddler boys and a baby girl, teacher at heart, and coffee lover. No worksheet or portion thereof is to be hosted on, uploaded to, or stored on any other web site, blog, forum, file sharing, computer, file storage device, etc. Print a copy, safe it in a safe place, and check off the skills as your children masters each skill. Check with his teacher at the beginning of the year to see if he is indeed behind and see what her suggestions are for you to focus on at home. In my "free" time I love to cook and create.Cheerios and Lattes is place for us to share our "little blessings" with you and your family.
The materials found on this site are available for you to print and use with your child or the students in your class. Many parents who are in that lower income settings are unable to provide their children with the support they need prior to school, they are busy trying to make ends meet. You may need to work with him more at home this year, but again don’t worry he will catch up.
It is my hope that a list like this will be able to give all parents the knowledge and how-to in order to adequately prepare their students for school. I plan to also remind our boys constantly that it’s not ALL about how smart you are but more about WHO you know (The Lord) and WHO you are (Your Character) that is truly the most important!

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