Preschool Ela Reading Fiction Worksheets


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  • Mary Quite Contrary Addition

    How does your garden grow? Challenge your preschooler with some nursery rhyme math, a fun way to introduce her to basic addition.

  • Real and Make-Believe: Houses

    Young students will have the chance to illustrate the difference between real and make-believe.

  • Predict Pick (Part Two)

    Can your students predict the next logical event? Use this worksheet to test students' ability to predict what follows.

  • Ring Around the Rosie Addition

    Have a sing-along math session with this nursery rhyme addition page! Your preschooler can practice counting and colors as she learns about addition.

  • Learning About Zeros

    What does it mean to have zero? Teach your little fisherman an important math concept with this nursery rhyme math sheet.

  • Old Woman in a Shoe Addition

    Could you imagine living in a shoe? Get silly with your little learner as you teach her some simple addition and counting.

  • Rub-a-Dub-Dub Subtraction

    Three men in a tub! Have you ever seen anything so silly? Help your preschooler learn the basics of arithmetic with a nursery rhyme.

  • Jack Be Nimble Addition

    Is your little learner as quick as Jack? Give her a great head start to learning basic addition with this fun nursery rhyme math lesson!

  • Humpty Dumpty Subtraction

    What if Humpty Dumpty wasn't the only one sitting on the wall? Try out a simple subtraction problem using this classic nursery rhyme.

  • Little Bo Peep Subtraction

    Turn story time into a fun math lesson with Little Bo Peep! Help your preschooler learn the basics of subtraction by counting how many sheep have gone missing.

  • Ba Ba Black Sheep Math

    How many bags of wool are left? Help your little lamb find the right answer in this nursery rhyme subtraction problem.