Preschool Reading Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.K.1

Core Standard

There are several skills a child must have a good handle on before beginning to learn to read. These skills are a compilation of things that are overlooked by non-reading teachers but are essential to have a great deal of success. You must be interested in reading, have the ability to describe things and retell events, connect ideas to objects, have an understanding of basic sounds, and know your letters of the alphabet. Tracking and just following along left to right is skill they must get under their belt as well. The adults in half of the country cannot read at an eighth grade reading level. This most likely could have been avoided if their education included a solid preschool reading experience. This collection of worksheets will help give students a leg up when they are ready to learn to read.