First-Grade Reading Worksheets
First-Grade Reading Skills
First-Grade Reading Worksheets
This page includes first-grade worksheets related to reading, rhyming words, and critical thinking skills. These worksheets are great for classroom or home use, and you may print as many as you like.
First grade is an exciting adventure for students. This may be the first time they are in school for a full day, the first time they read an entire book, or the first time they write a story. You can help your students by encouraging them to read independently as well as continuing to read together. This may be the appropriate time to provide your students with their own writing journal. They can write about their friends, favorite video game, favorite movie, or the fun weekend they had.
It is our hope that the worksheets here will be an extension to the learning that is currently taking place in first grade. These first-grade worksheets are intended to enhance your child's skills and introduce new concepts in a fun, stress-free manner.
First-Grade Reading and Reading Readiness Worksheets
The Main Idea: Worksheet 1 - Students will look at the picture and circle the sentence which tells the main idea.
Wally the Word Detective: Worksheet 13 - Students will cross off the first-grade Dolch words in each group that are different from the bold word in each group.
Celebrations - A reading comprehension and fine motor skills worksheet for use with the book by Byrd Baylor.
Amazing Animals - This language arts worksheet is complete with silly pictures to color! Students will have fun learning when they use the words dog, drink, play, and sitting to complete each sentence correctly.
Reading Readiness: Worksheet 4 - Students must read carefully and follow the directions.
Reading Readiness: Worksheet 6 - Students will use the words monkey, jump, read, and long to complete the sentences on this fun-filled language arts worksheet. Students will print the word that best completes each sentence. They can also color the pictures that complement each sentence on this reading readiness worksheet.
First-Grade Rhyming Worksheets
Rhymes with Cat - Students will identify words in a word box that rhyme with cat and write the rhyming words in alphabetical order.
Draw A Rhyme: Worksheet 1 - Read the sentences, underline the rhyming words, and draw a picture to go with each sentence. The rhyming words on this paper include: ring, sing, fat, cat, and rat.
Draw A Rhyme: Worksheet 2 - Can your students draw a picture of a pig with a wig dancing a jig? They will surely have fun with this rhyming worksheet. Your students will read the sentences on each page, underline the rhyming words in each sentence, and draw a picture in the space provided to reflect the sentence. The rhyming words in this activity are include, mouse, house, pig, wig, jig.
Read, Rhyme, and Draw: Worksheet 1 - Students will identify the rhyming words in each sentence and draw a picture to go with the sentence. The rhyming words are house/mouse and bee/tree.
Read, Rhyme, and Draw: Worksheet 2 - Read the two sentences and circle the rhyming words in each sentence. Draw a picture to accompany each sentence. The rhyming words on this worksheet include bat/hat and fish/dish
Read, Rhyme, and Draw: Worksheet 3 - Your students will have fun drawing the picture to accompany these two sentences! The rhyming sets on this worksheet are pig/big, and dog/log.
Read, Rhyme, and Draw: Worksheet 4 - Circle the rhyming words in each sentence and draw a picture to go with each sentence. Rhyming words include wet/pet and ball/wall.
Read, Rhyme, and Draw: Worksheet 5 - Read the two sentences, circle the rhyming words in each sentence, and draw a picture to go with each sentence. The rhyming word sets include frog/log and cat/mat.
Read, Rhyme, and Draw: Worksheet 6 - Students will read each sentence, circle the rhyming words, and draw a picture to accompany the sentence. The rhyming words included here are clown/town and hand/sand.
Rhyming Fun: Worksheet 2 - Students will say the name of the pictures in each group and read the word printed under each group of pictures. Students will then color the picture that rhymes with the word they have read.
Rhyming Tic-Tac-Toe - Kids will have fun playing this timeless game with a rhyming twist!
I Can Rhyme - Students will list and count the number of words they can rhyme with cat, book, bed, and tree.
Rhyming Words: Worksheet 1 - Color the bells that contain three rhyming words.
Rhyming Words: Worksheet 2 - Draw a line to connect the words in each column that rhyme.
Rhyming Words: Worksheet 3 - Students will write three words that rhyme with each of the words provided.
First-Grade Thinking Skills Worksheets
Shop and Sort: Worksheet 1 - Sort the items on the shopping list between a hardware store, toy store, clothing store, and jewelry store.
Shop and Sort: Worksheet 2 - Sort the items from a shopping list between a diner, a clothing store, a toy store, and a sporting goods store.
Ten Acorns - Students will follow the directions and gain valuable labeling skills, practice writing numbers 1-10 in sequence, and reinforce color recognition when they complete this fun worksheet.
Puzzling Shapes - Students will count and record the number of rectangles or triangles found within each rectangle and triangle.
Miscellaneous First-Grade Worksheets
When I Went to. . . - Students will choose to write about a place they have been. They will answer questions using complete sentences.
Computer Charlie 3 - Computer Charlie encourages your students to practice printing lowercase letters on the first worksheet and practice printing capital letters on the second worksheet.
Draw a Story: Worksheets 1 and 2 - Imagination and creativity go together when your students illustrate a three-frame story sequence on worksheet 1 and a four-frame story in sequence on worksheet 2. These worksheets are meant to help students organize and sequence their thoughts prior to beginning to write stories.
Finding Letters in Text - Circle every letter a and underline every letter p in the story.
My Favorite Day of the Week - Students will trace and print the name of each day of the week then circle their favorite day of the week.