Preschool Ela Writing Process WorksheetsBack
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- Practice Tracing the Letter V
First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter V. Then they trace the letter V!
- Dot Reading
Track the dots! Help your students learn one-to-one correspondence and how to recognize words as they read along with you in this interactive worksheet.
- ABC Connect the Dots
Try an ABC connect the dots worksheet for kids needing fun alphabet practice. There's a dinosaur in this alphabet!
- Word for Word Match
Matching up words in this worksheet will help your young student practice sight words, scissor skills, and one-to-one correspondence!
- Coded Pointing
It's time to make tracking words more fun! Students will have a blast pointing along with this colorful worksheet as they practice one-to-one correspondence.
- Baking a Cake
Help your kindergarten students learn about sequencing as they help Evan bake a cake!
- Brainzy Presents: Floyd and Roly's Amazing Adventures
Floyd and Roly are best friends and neighbors! Help your child stretch his writing skills with this fill-in-the-speech-bubbles worksheet.
- Colorful Garden of Words
Codes, colors, and pointing will all help your young student to practice one-to-one correspondence in this interactive worksheet. Students will touch each color-coded word with a corresponding finger while an adult reads the story aloud.
- How Many Words Are There?
Help students build reading and counting skills with this simple worksheet. Kids will point to each word in a sentence as they read about dogs, cats, and rats.
- Brainzy Presents: The Amazing Adventures of Super Floyd and Officer Ice Cream
Super Floyd and Officer Ice Cream are off on an adventure! Help the dynamic duo save the day by filling in their speech bubbles.
- Word for Word Match II
Give your young student more practice with sight words, scissor skills, and one-to-one correspondence with this fun activity!
- Letter By Letter
Help students gain phonological knowledge and an understanding of one-to-one correspondence by spelling words one letter at a time in this fun hands-on activity!
- Georgie Porgie
What is Georgie Porgie up to? Build phonics and comprehension skills with this nursery rhyme worksheet.
- Diagonal Lines: Lightning
Have your child practice drawing diagonal lines as he traces the paths of lightning strikes and rain drops blown sideways by the wind.
- Brainzy Presents: The Amazing Adventures of Floyd and Roly
What are Floyd and Roly talking about? Fill in the word balloons and make up your own comic!
- Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Help your preschooler understand the difference between yesterday, today and tomorrow with a fun and simple journal.
- Point It Out
Using fun materials can make following along as an adult reads much more exciting. In this activity, students will point out each word with different items to practice one-to-one correspondence.