Kindergarten and 1st Grade Worksheets

The Kindergarten-1st grade band materials support student learning for students at both the Kindergarten and first grade levels. Many items can be used to teach the basics that will be necessary for kindergarteners and first graders to master early reading, writing, and spelling skills. Locating materials by grade band can help you with students who are progressing to skill mastery more quickly than their grade level, but it can also help with students who are still working on the core skills from a previous grade, as well as a mixed classroom of multiple learners. Below are free, printable worksheets, which are ready to be used or duplicated for home or classroom.

Printable Block Capital Letters

Your students will enjoy practicing the alphabet as they color these Block Capital Letter Activities! This booklet includes all twenty-six letters of the alphabet on individual worksheets in order to provide variety and flexibility with use.

Printable Block Upper and Lowercase Letters

Get creative as you learn about the alphabet in your classroom with our Printable Block Upper and Lowercase Letters! This booklet includes each of the twenty-six letters of the alphabet on individual worksheets, which provides variety and flexibility for parents and teachers using these activities. Both the uppercase and lowercase form of each letter is included on every page.

20 Nonfiction Text Features Posters

Free, Printable nonfiction text features posters to use on your class bulletin board or as a handout or as a PowerPoint presentation. Includes 20 posters of the different text feature elements.

A Helpful Person Writing Prompt

What are some ways to be helpful? Why should we be helpful? A free worksheet to print out so your students can write about how they are helpful and who they help! A great activity anytime!

A Job For Bob

Week 11 Reading Comprehension (A-11). Focus: Words in the –ob family.

About a Car Writing Prompt

Cars! Cars! Cars! What kind of car do you like? Would it be blue or red? Or maybe polka dots! Print out this free worksheet today and your students will describe their favorite kind of car and share with the class!

About a Spider Writing Prompt

Have you ever wondered how your kindergartener would describe a spider? Do you think it would be scary or silly? Find out when you print this free worksheet for your student. With a whimsical picture to color and space for them to describe a spider, you will be amazed when you see their idea of a spider!

Acrostic Poetry Worksheet Activity: Write It!

Here’s a great prompt for writing acrostic poetry.

Action Verbs

Circle the action verbs. Cross out the words that are not action verbs.

Action Verbs and Linking Verbs

Circle the subject and underline the verb in each sentence.

Add a Letter

Make new words by adding a letter to the beginning of existing words! Helps to develop phonological awareness.

Adjectives Antonyms

If you aren’t tall, then what are you? Your youngster will practice finding the antonym of adjectives in this worksheet.

Adjectives Can Change Articles

The articles “a” and “an” can change because of a simple adjective. Your youngster will practice using these important articles in this worksheet.

Adjectives Describe

With this printable worksheet, students will read a series of sentences and fill in each blank with an adjective of their choosing. This activity is great for practicing the different parts of speech!

Adjectives: Add the Noun

An adjective describes something; it usually describes a noun. With this printable parts of speech worksheet, students will be asked to add a noun for each adjective to describe. Made easy to print, this activity is perfect for use both at home and in the classroom!

Adjectives: Which Noun Does It Describe?

In this Descriptive Adjectives Worksheet, an adjective is underlined in each sentence. As they work through the activity, students will be asked to circle the noun that the adjective describes. Ideal for 1st – 3rd grade, but can be used where appropriate.

Aesop: Put the Events in Order

Aesop was a Greek writer who wrote stories called fables. A fable is a story that gives a lesson at the end. Students read through a fable and put the events in order.