Reading Readiness Worksheets To Print:
Complete It! - Read the words. Read each sentence. Fill in the blank with the correct word from the word box to complete each sentence.
Ready to Read! - What word finishes it off right? There is a visual hint with each sentence and a word to help as well.
Picture Sentences - You will need to come up with the word yourself. They are hiding behind the pictures of them.
Which One is Right? - Circle the word to complete each sentence. Write it on the line. You will need to use basic logic to solve each of these blanks.
The Good, the Bad, and Turtles - Fill in the blank in each sentence. Use the pictures for clues. These are not all tangible vocabulary terms, which is good to see how students handle that at this level.
Where's Fill? - These are pretty recognizable symbols for this grade level. Reminding them of birthdays, is helpful too.
Picture Clues - Use the pictures for clues. Kinda like the name implies. There is no word bank to work off of here.
Line By Line - Read each word. Write it on the line. You will get it here right.
Plop Ins - Fill in the blank in each sentence. Use the pictures for clues.
Plop Ins 2 - A reload for you. We use a few more abstract vocabulary terms in these sentences
School Words - Words that are common in schools. Just look around and you should start to see them pop up.
Sentence Fills - Let's hope students know what a "vase" is, otherwise use the worksheet above or below.
Reading Box - Everyone needs a reading box to get through their day. They make it even more fun!
Home Things - That lion is not from the Wizard of Oz. Some students are unfamiliar with the concept of keys these days.