Preschool Ela Reading Fiction Worksheets


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  • Who's Who?

    Kids love to observe what people look like and what they wear. Turn this curiosity into a fun game to help with pre-reading skills.

  • What Will Happen Next? (Part One)

    Using this fun prediction practice worksheet, students will develop not only reading and comprehension skills—but life skills as well!

  • What Doesn't Belong

    Have some fun practicing reading comprehension with your preschooler. She'll figure out which item or character does not belong in each group.

  • Rhyming Songs

    Have some fun with phonics using these favorite childhood rhyming songs!

  • Pre-Reading Cat Game

    See if your child can read these descriptions and decide which name goes with which cat.

  • Nursery Rhyme Match-up

    Match descriptions of famous nursery rhyme characters, like Humpty Dumpty and Little Bo Peep, with their cute cartoon counterparts.

  • What Will Happen Next? (Part Two)

    Using this fun prediction practice worksheet, students will develop reading and comprehension skills.

  • Complete the Sentence: Real or Make-Believe

    This worksheet will test whether or not students can identify the real and make-believe.

  • I Can Retell a Story!

    Use this worksheet as a way for students to practice retelling a familiar story using their own words and images.

  • Hey Diddle Diddle Addition

    Jump over the moon with a nursery rhyme math worksheet! Help your preschooler learn the basics of addition with this nursery rhyme.

  • Twinkle Twinkle Math

    Help twinkling stars go back to sleep! By filling in the stars, your preschooler will be practicing basic subtraction.

  • Jack Sprat: Rhyme Coloring Page

    Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "Jack Sprat".

  • Three Little Kittens Addition

    Help these poor kittens add up their mittens! Your preschooler will be learning the basics of addition and multiplication with this nursery rhyme math sheet.

  • Jack and Jill Addition

    Follow Jack and Jill up the hill to count the pails of water! Preschoolers can learn the basics of addition just by counting up items to find a total.

  • The Best Prediction

    Are some predictions better than others? In this worksheet, students identify the event most likely to happen and use details from the story to explain their thinking.

  • Predict Pick (Part One)

    Can your students predict the next logical event? Find out with this worksheet that will test student’s ability to predict what follows.

  • Itsy Bitsy Spider Subtraction

    Climb up the water spout to learn some subtraction! Your preschooler will love to learn simple arithmetic with a familiar nursery rhyme.

  • "An Apple a Day" Math

    How many apples a day can keep the doctor away? Count up the apples to learn addition in this nursery rhyme math worksheet.

  • Nursery Rhyme Challenge

    You'll need to dig deep into your nursery rhyme knowledge for this worksheet, matching descriptions of characters with their cute cartoon counterparts.

  • Fairy Tale Match-Up: Setting

    Introduce your early reader to comprehension concepts. Cut out each setting and paste it next to the character from the same story.

  • London Bridge Subtraction

    If one bridge falls down, how many bridges are left? None! Help your preschooler sort out simple subtraction with this nursery rhyme math worksheet.

  • What Type of Text?

    Help your preschooler understand there are different types of text to be read in books, and practice some handwriting on some big words.

  • Old Mother Hubbard Subtraction

    What's Old Mother Hubbard keeping in her cupboard? Count them up with your little reader! She can learn the basics of subtraction with this nursery rhyme.

  • Hickory Dickory Dock Subtraction

    Hickory Dickory Dock, how many mice ran up the clock? Learn simple subtraction with your preschooler!