Dragon Themed Printable Worksheets – Pre-k through Kinder

Pre-K through Kinder Dragon Themed Worksheets - Basic Skills - of Learning and Nesting

For some reason, my kids love worksheets. I’ve bought a wide variety of workbooks as it is, and occasionally I’ll go through and print off a bunch of freebies from around the web to mix things up. Because I love all the free resources I’ve found, I also wanted to provide some for those who are interested.

These specific worksheets have been a long time coming. I commissioned a friend for the artwork (you can find his other work over here), and then dragged my feet on getting these out.

The long term goal is to end up offering a large variety of free printables for personal and educational use. If there’s something specific that you’re looking for, please let me know and I’ll see what we can do about it.

Pre-K through Kinder Dragon Themed Worksheets - Basic Skills - of Learning and Nesting

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Pre-K through Kinder Dragon Themed Worksheets - Basic Skills - of Learning and Nesting

This dragon-themed printable packet includes 5 different worksheets.

What skills do these focus on?

  • Letter Recognition
  • Writing
  • Comparisons (Size)
  • Colors
  • Cutting/Pasting
  • Counting
  • Number Recognition
  • Addition/Subtraction
  • Patterns
  • Matching

What ages can use these worksheets?

These are made for preschool on up. I used these with both of my children (ages 3 & 5) –  the younger needed more help, but even my 5 year old needed assistance with some of it. The great thing about homeschooling is that age doesn’t really matter. You know your children best, and can tailor everything to their level.

Pre-K through Kinder Dragon Themed Worksheets - Basic Skills - of Learning and Nesting

How can you tie these into a unit?

This worksheet packet is all dragon themed. You can stick with that theme to create an entire unit study. I’m honestly not that organized, so I never plan a unit. But I follow my kids interests, which does tend to go along with a common theme.

Play is Educational

If you don’t agree that kids learn through playing, I’m not your people. If you do agree, stick around.

One big thing that can be learned through imaginative play is problem solving. Also, with my two, teamwork. They’re usually at odds with each other, but throw on a knight costume (here) and give them some foam swords (here), and they are now allies against a great dragon. It’s magical. It’s  amazing to watch their stories unfold.

Reading

There are about a million kids books about dragons out there. Because there are so many, I’m only going to highlight a few:

Pre-K through Kinder Dragon Themed Worksheets - Basic Skills - of Learning and Nesting

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