Assessments are a great way to see what your child knows, and what information they still have to learn. Our free preschool assessment tests will help you develop a baseline and show growth over the year! Each assessment worksheet includes a place for scoring if desired. These preschool assessment printables are great for end of the year testing. If you find your student needs extra practice on any of these concepts check out our free worksheets, or try our Alphabet Curriculum, Number of the Week, and Shape of the Week Programs. For extra Fine Motor Practice, see our ABC Fine Motor Bundle.
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Preschool Writing Assessments
Use this worksheet to assess your student’s ability to trace vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines.
Use this worksheet to assess your student’s ability to follow dashed tracing lines as well as to completely trace a picture.
Students complete this worksheet by showing they can stay within the lines as they follow a path.
This is a free printable worksheet for students to show they can trace the uppercase alphabet with proper stroke order and letter formation.
This is a free printable worksheet for students to show they can trace the lowercase alphabet with proper stroke order and letter formation.
Students use this worksheets to show what they know about themselves. Students write their name, age, gender, and one thing they like to do. They draw details to make the character look like them.
Preschool Reading Assessment
Students show letter recognition skills for the uppercase alphabet.
Students show letter recognition skills for the lowercase alphabet.
Students are assessed on their ability to identify consonant letter sounds
This is a list of sight words for preschool students based on the Dolch 220 sight word list. There is room to write in your own words as well. For practice on these words see our Sight Word of the Week Program.
Preschool Social & Emotional Assessment Activities
Students look at each of the characters to determine how they think the child is feeling. Teacher records the answers on the line.
Students look at each picture to determine what is wrong with each of the exhibited behaviors in the scene.
Students look at each picture to determine what is good with each of the exhibited behaviors in the scene.
Preschool Math Assessment Worksheets
Students use the coloring guide to color each of the days of the week. Next, using scissors students will show fine motor control to cut out each of the days and arrange them into order. More Days of the Week Practice Here
Students use the coloring guide to color each of the days of the week. Next, using scissors students will show fine motor control to cut out each of the days and arrange them into order. More Months of the Year Practice
Students work on sorting by categories as well as showing understanding of common traits of the four seasons. Students will cut and paste the pictures to the correct season.
Students work on color word recognition by coloring the pictures the correct colors. Teachers can read the words to younger students.
Students name each of the shapes pictures. To expand, you can tie in some following direction cues. For example, by asking students to color the circle yellow, or the heart, pink.
Students are assessed on their ability to listen to directions with prepositional phrases. Instructors give students audible steps to follow for each picture.
Students count and write the number of how many they counted. Pictures features items 1-6.
Students work on various patterns such as ABAB, AABB, and ABC. Each row shows a different pattern and students are asked to circle the picture that would come next in the pattern
Students number the pictures to put them into the correct order or sequence. Each picture depicts another step to the sequence.
Students write numbers 1-20 on each heart. Students are provided a number bank to use as reference.
Students practice very basic addition skills by adding +1 to each number.
Students work on basic math skills by subtracting 1 from each number.