Kindergarten Readiness

Bettijo’s daughter is starting Kindergarten this year, and we wanted to help her brush up a bit on her letters. We created a new Alphabet Handwriting Drill, and Bettijo made about a hundred copies to keep on hand this summer. I realized that we have quite a few worksheets that are perfect for getting your little one ready for Kindergarten. Here they are compiled into one handy post.

Kindergarden Readiness - FIVE Free Worksheets to print and practice at home #kindergarten #school #worksheets #printables

Recognizing Uppercase and Lowercase Letters
Pairing upper and lower case letters is a great way to review all the letters (and even their sounds) in an exciting way. Check out our Letter Matching worksheet to get you started.

Cutting Basics
Oh, it’s hard to write this with a straight face because we Moms know the trouble scissors can create. Nonetheless, learning to use scissors properly is an essential Kindergarten skill. Our simple Shooting Star exercise provides an entertaining review of (or perhaps introduction to) scissors.

Reviewing Directions
Even with preschool, Kindergarten is perhaps the first time our little ones will be expected to follow directions. Our Directional Worksheet not only helps master left and right concepts, it is also the perfect excuse to review basic shapes.

Mastering Numbers 1 through 20
Our Sunshine Counting worksheet provides a great excuse to practice counting to 20. If that’s too easy–challenge your kindergartner to do it backwards!

Handwriting
Our Alphabet Handwriting Drill works out both the upper and lowercase letters. Trace the alphabet twice then practice doing writing it once on your own!

About Aimée

Aimée is a co-founder and designer here at Paging Supermom. Although she dreams in pink, she wouldn’t trade her two energetic boys for anything. Between using The Force on surrounding battle droids and flying to infinity and beyond, Aimée enjoys squeezing in some personal creative time. With a background in advertising, marketing and design, she is proud to stay home raising her boys.

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23 Responses to Kindergarten Readiness
  1. Heidi Vetter says:

    Hi Friends!

    These are awesome! Thanks! Miss M is starting kindergarten in two weeks!! My baby is growing up! :( I will definitely be using these ’round these parts!

    -Heidi

    • aimee says:

      I know how you feel! It was SO hard for me to let Liam go to kindergarten last year. But I loved how happy he was to see me every day after school. Hang in there!!

  2. Nicole O says:

    Thank you so much! This is great!!!

  3. Jackie says:

    I love these, thank you for making them available. I am having trouble printing the Shooting Star and Alphabet Handwriting Drill is there anyway they can be emailed to me.

  4. Crystalyn says:

    My daughter is 3 1/2 and she is obsessed with letters. I know she’ll love these worksheets. And oh the scissors.. we just start learning how to use those and it’s pretty adorable. Thanks for the worksheets :)

  5. Miss Pippi says:

    Thank you for sharing! These are fantastic worksheets.

  6. Karli says:

    i love your alphabet handwriting drill page i was just wondering if you could add the numbers 0 -9 to the end of it and it would be perfect. i really want to use this to help my four year old and numbers are our hurdle. thanks for the letters it will at least get us started.

  7. Dawn Peaden says:

    OMG what a great find!!! My daughter just started kindergarten and loves it, with this SUPER site i will be able to help her improve all her skills.. and at the same time she can help her little brother get excited as well…. this is so great!

  8. Fara says:

    Hi girls! This is great! I love all your worksheets. My boy already started Kindergarten, but these are perfect for practice. To bad you don’t have them on spanish. Either way they are great! I will use them and share them with proper credit!
    Thanks for sharing!!!

    Fara

  9. Mary Lynn Fager says:

    Thank you for making these printable. I am a missionary in Honduras and am working with pre-school kids to prepare them for Kindergarten. These are great ideas! I agree, I wish they were in Spanish, but they are helpful in any case. The kids I work with live in EXTREME poverty but if they do well their parents pay less for them to attend school, so we are working hard for them to be well prepared!
    Thank you for taking the time to share.
    Mary Lynn Fager
    Tegucigalpa, Honduras

  10. Kristine says:

    These are great!! Thank you for sharing :)

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  12. Carine says:

    I just Loved it!!!! Thank you!

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  17. Amanda says:

    THANK you SO much!! We homeschool so any little freebies for extra work are so greatly appreciated!!

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