Free Preschool Thinking Skills Worksheets for use at home or in the classroom.

Preschool Thinking Skills Worksheets

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Developing thinking skills in young children can be fun for the parent, teacher, or caregiver as well as the child. Here are three things you can do today to develop thinking skills in your preschool child.
1. Ask your child questions, play make believe games, and let them help with chores such as shopping and sorting clothes.
2. Ask your child to help you make a list of the items you may need from the store, and ask your child to sort the like items on the list so the shopping trip will be quick and easy.
3. Provide story starters about a variety of situations and let them tell you what happens and why.

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Preschool Thinking Skills Worksheets

What Do Animals Eat? - draw a line between the animals and what they eat
Match the Frogs - draw a line between the matching frogs
Match the Bears - fine motor skills, visual discrimination
Missing Shoes - match people to their shoes
Winter or Summer - cut and paste pictures in appropriate season
Different Weather - draw an X on the picture that does not belong in each group
All Kinds of Weather -match the children to the weather
Find the Real Mother Goose - find and color the Mother Goose that is different from the others
Healthy Foods - color the healthy fruits and vegetables in each row
Playing at the Park - complete the picture with you and your friends playing at the park
What Does Not Belong #2 - put an X on the picture that does not belong with each group
What Does Not Belong #3 - circle the picture that does not belong in the group
Farm Animal Match - match the farm animals to their shadows
Match the Leaves - draw a line between the leaves that match
What Goes Together - draw a line between the pictures that are related

 

More preschool worksheets to choose from

Preschool page 1 - Main Preschool Worksheet Page
Preschool page 2 - Preschool Color Worksheets - colors
Preschool page 3 - Preschool Coloring Pages - lots of coloring pages
Preschool page 4 - Preschool Concepts Worksheets - opposites and more
Preschool page 5 - Preschool Fine Motor Worksheets - tracing and more
Preschool page 6 - Preschool Letter Worksheets - upper and lower case, beginning phonics, and more
Preschool page 7 - Number and Pre-Math Worksheets - numbers and counting
Preschool page 8 - Preschool Shape Worksheets - identify, label, draw shapes. and more
Preschool page 9 - Preschool Thinking Skills Worksheets - matching, find the difference, and more

 

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Free Preschool Thinking Skills Worksheets for use at home or in the classroom!
You may print our worksheets for your own personal, non-commercial use. Our worksheets may not be hosted on any other web site, blog, forum, etc.