Kindergarten Reading Lessons

Your children will love these free kindergarten reading lessons! Feel free to use them for individual reading units in any of the reading sub-skills, including Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, Vocabulary, Sight Words, and Reading Comprehension, or plan your entire reading day around these 5 freebies.

Phonics

Free reading Lesson K PhonicsBeginning Consonants Vol. 10 – In this free phonics lesson, children practice identifying beginning and ending consonant sounds, specifically the beginning sound y- and the ending sound -x. Audio-visual support, immediate feedback, and cute animation and music loops will keep your kindergartener excited and motivated to learn to read.

 

Phonemic Awareness

Free reading Lesson K Phonemic AwarenessRhyming – Level A – Vol. 1 -This free phonemic awareness lesson helps kids learn and practice their rhyming skills by finding words with similar ending sounds to build a song. During the conclusion of the lesson, children sing along to a song containing all the rhyming words they found.

 

Vocabulary

Free reading Lesson K VocabularyReading Vocabulary Vol. 1 – This free vocabulary lesson will help your children learn primary colors through meaningful interactions and fun examples. Children are prompted to color objects like flowers, bumble bees, boats, and airplanes then identify the colors of the objects. Once identified, their creations spring to life through exciting animations.

 

Sight Words

Free reading Lesson K Sight WordsBasic Sight Words Vol. 8 -The sight words you and me are the focus of this free sight words lesson. Children hear each word read aloud and are prompted to find the sight word in a small group of words. Specific feedback will ensure your children learn to read both of these common sight words.

 

Reading Comprehension

Free reading Lesson K Reading ComprehensionCompare and Contrast Vol. 1 – This free reading comprehension lesson begins with a short picture book about two twin brothers. Audio-visual support allows kids to follow along with the words as they are read aloud. The goal of the lesson is to teach children how to determine when things are alike or different, the foundation for comparing and contrasting skills.