Kindergarten and Preschool Vocabulary Worksheets

Free printable kindergarten and preschool vocabulary worksheets are perfect educational resources for teachers and homeschooling parents. Help introduce and enhance your child's essential reading, writing and learning skills.

Help your students practice their vocabulary skills with these free vocabulary worksheets. These can be printed and used at home or in the classroom. They are a great way to help kids learn new words and improve their reading and writing skills. Download a few today and see how your child improves!

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  • Identifying Antonyms Worksheet #2

    Identifying Antonyms Worksheet #2

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    Identifying Antonyms worksheets for preschool and kindergarten students where they read the words and match with the opposite ones. Such activities help kids with word recognition and opposite words.

    antonym, opposite, opposites, identify

  • Identifying Antonyms Worksheet #1

    Identifying Antonyms Worksheet #1

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    Identifying Antonyms worksheets for preschool and kindergarten students where they read the words and match with the opposite ones. Such activities help kids with word recognition and opposite words.

    antonym, opposite, opposites, identify

  • Thanksgiving Mad Libs

    Thanksgiving Mad Libs

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    Thanksgiving Mad Libs is one of the great ways to test and teach your kids' knowledge of nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs and more. These are educational and fun games that are hilarious for kids of all ages.

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What is vocabulary?

Vocabulary is the collection of words that a person knows. It is usually divided into two types: receptive vocabulary (words that a person can understand but maybe not use) and productive vocabulary (words that a person can use but maybe not understand). A person's vocabulary grows as they learn more words.

How can I help my child build their vocabulary?

Vocabulary is important because it is necessary for communication. The bigger a person's vocabulary is, the better they will be able to communicate with others. A strong vocabulary also helps people understand what they read and hear. It can also make writing and speaking more interesting.

There are many ways you can help your child build their vocabulary. Here are a few ideas:

  • Read aloud to them every day. This exposes them to new words and helps them learn how to use them.
  • Encourage them to talk about new words they learn. Ask them what the word means, how it is pronounced, and how it can be used.
  • Play word games with them. Games like Scrabble, Boggle, and Word Ladder are great for helping kids learn new words.
  • Have them do vocabulary worksheets. These are a great way to help kids practice using new words in a variety of different ways.