This worksheet is the perfect tool to help strengthen your pre-schooler’s matching and classifying skills. Use these letter and picture matching worksheets to help your kindergarten children to recognize. Your children will become an expert in classifying objects and items!
There are so many ways you can help children learn vocabulary. We've got in worksheet for kindergarten People words. Kids are asked to draw a line from each person name to the picture of the people. People in this worksheet include a boy, girl, man and woman. Kids will enjoy practicing word recognition with this fun people themed worksheet and it will get them started down the right path with their reading skills.
In this activity, your child will circle the pictures that matches. To use these worksheet, students will need to know the sounds of letters to be able to match each letter to its picture.
Kids can practice alphabetical order as well as writing uppercase and lowercase letters in this series of alphabet worksheets.Download these fun missing letters worksheets for children learning alphabet or learning to write the letters - uppercase & lowercase!
Tracing worksheets to introduce your students and kids to the alphabet and how to trace the letters B,C both upppercase & lowercase. Each activity includes opportunities for tracing both the uppercase and the lowercase version of the letter.
This Worksheet fun and easy alphabet coloring pages are a great way for little ones to become familiar with the letter . Say the name of the picture (Elephant), then trace the lines and the letter E in this pre-writing worksheet. These worksheet help your kindergarten learn the alphabet and practice letter E sounds all while having fun and coloring.
These worksheets introduce students to the letter b for preschool. Both upper and lower cases are considered. Students can practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter "B". This letter B worksheet includes a variety of letter B activities. There's a section for tracing the letter B (both uppercase B and lowercase b), one with a picture of a Ball and the word 'Ball' for coloring, a section to find and circle all of the letter B's, and a writing section to practice handwriting skills.