Kindergarten Language Arts Worksheets
All of our printable worksheets are ordered here by the Core Standard
that it aligns with. Some area of the standards that call for tactile
or kinesthetic work will not be covered by our worksheets.
Points in a Text – Students take a slight step to the next level
of reading for understanding with this work. [RI.K.8]
Reading Activity – Students take a slight step to the next level
of reading for understanding with this work. [RI.K.10]
Reading: Foundational Skills
Words – A great deal of time is spent helping students understand
spacing between words and sentences. [RF.K.1.C]
Sounds – It comes down to understanding which letter go together.
Patterns – There is some math involved here. It's somewhat of
a crossover standard. [RF.K.1.D]
of Sentences – Label the format that is present in each being
displayed in each instance. [RF.K.2.B]
– One of my favorite things to work on at the Kindergarten level.
Isolation – This is where kids start to learn to chunk words
and word parts. [RF.K.2]
Segmenting – This is the part of the dictionary that confuses
most people. [RF.K.2]
Words – Words that flow with a Consonant - Vowel - Consonant
Families – We look at words that share patterns in spelling
and make sense of them. [RF.K.3.D]
Readiness – Are you students ready to begin reading full sentences?
Reading Logs – Keep a detailed log of how much you read is really
helpful to identify problems. [RF.K-5]
Question Words – The focus here is on writing and
answering interrogatives like the 5 Ws and "how". [L.K.1.D]
Sentences – You are given a simple sentence (4-6
words). We give you an additional word that you need to build into
the sentence. [L.K.1.F]
Punctuation – It's all about periods (.), exclamations
(!), and question marks (?) at this level. [L.K.2.B]
Short Vowel Sounds – This is where students will
tackle phonemes. They need to understand the sound they make and
what objects have that sound.[L.K.2.C]
Spelling – This should not be a memorization activity.
We are trying to work on sound-letter relationships. [L.K.2.D]
with Multiple Meanings – This is truly why English
is a very difficult language to learn as a second language. We really
love to repeat words. [L.K.4.A]
and Their Use – Penmanship is a lost art. This
section hopes to help kids have better handwriting than doctors.
– Your basic night/day, black/white, up/down format. [L.K.5.C]
of Verb Meanings Lists and – This is one of those
standards that most kindergartners are simply not ready for. The
vocabulary words required are just too high. [L.K.5.D]