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Versatile and Engaging Spring Worksheets for Kindergarten

As we enter into the spring months, it’s important to spiral review all of the skills learned throughout the year in kindergarten. Between classroom activities, school events, holidays such as Easter and Mother’s Day, and end-of-year testing, it’s is a busy time of year. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed and wonder how you’ll get everything done, review the skills needed, and engage your learners along the way. These versatile and engaging spring worksheets for kindergarten will help your students brush up on key skills all while having fun.

spring worksheets for kindergarten review

Why is Spiral Review Important?

It’s no secret that kindergarteners learn a lot in one short year. They enter into kindergarten knowing maybe just a few letters and numbers, if that. By the end of the year, they’ve been exposed to letters, sounds, sight words, CVC words, numbers, addition, subtraction, shapes, and so much more.

It’s important to take time throughout the year to review these skills. This will help them build their retention and thus, apply their knowledge to future skills learned. In kindergarten, math and language arts skills build on each other throughout the year. If a student is not grasping a basic concept, such as letter sounds, moving to more challenging skills, such as decoding CVC words, is going to be a struggle for them. Therefore, working spiral review opportunities into your weekly lesson plans is an effective way to ensure your students are getting meaningful practice. This also helps you as the teacher know exactly what support each student is needing.

At the end of the year, it’s especially important to review skills learned throughout the year. The summer months are just ahead, meaning students will be out of school and not practicing skills daily. In order to make sure they have reached mastery of kindergarten skills and are ready for first grade, spring review activities are essential.

Spring Worksheets for Kindergarten

My favorite way to work spring review into my lesson plans is with versatile and engaging spring activities. These spring worksheets for kindergarten provide meaningful opportunities for students to review and apply their knowledge of key concepts. The best part about them is they can be used in so many different ways. No matter what happens to your schedule (in the spring, it’s always changing), these spring worksheets are easy to incorporate any time of day.

Easy Prep Spring Review

All you need to do to be prepared for spiral review all spring long is to print and organize! Organize the worksheets by skill to make it simple for you to grab and go. These are the perfect activities to add to your lesson plans if you’re going to be gone and have a substitute teacher. The skills included in this spring review resource are:

  • CVC words
  • Digraphs
  • Beginning blends
  • Rhyming words
  • Sight words
  • Language skills
  • Sentence writing
  • Opinion writing
  • Procedural writing
  • Decomposing numbers
  • Skip counting
  • Number bonds
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Comparing numbers
  • Making 10
  • 2D and 3D shapes
  • Number order
  • Ten frames
  • Base 10

Different Ways to Use the Spring Worksheets

As I mentioned, these spring worksheets for kindergarten can be used in a variety of different ways. Therefore, they’ll be your go-to all season long. Plus, they incorporate fine motor skills along the way, which is an added bonus.

Whole Group Instruction

These spring worksheets can be used during whole class instruction to practice skills and create conversation around them. This is a great way for students to learn and apply what’s being taught at the same time while using their math and language arts vocabulary to explain their thinking.

Small Group Instruction

These spring activities are also great to add to your small group centers for math and guided reading. This will allow you to choose the activities and skills that meet each group of students’ needs. You may have a group of students who need to review CVC words while others are ready to apply CVC words in sentences. Similarly, you may have a group of students who need more practice with the number bonds strategy while other students are practicing base 10. These spring worksheets offer differentiation and hands-on learning to your students.

At-Home Learning

These spring worksheets are also a great option to send home with your students to practice skills outside of school. The directions are straightforward and the supplies needed are basic, making this the perfect option for students and families to do together. Whether it is for homework, distance learning, or a spring break vacation review challenge, they’ll provide meaningful at-home learning opportunities.


Who said assessment and test prep has to be boring? Not me! That’s right, you can even use these engaging spring activities to help prep your students for end-of-year tests. Students can partner up or work in small groups to review concepts that they’ll soon be tested on. You can even have students complete them independently and use them as a form of skill assessment.

No matter how busy your spring schedule is, you can feel confident knowing that your students will receive ample opportunities to practice their skills, have fun, and enjoy their last weeks of school before graduating kindergarten and heading out for summer break. Do you have any questions about spring review in kindergarten? Comment below and let me know!

If you like these seasonal review worksheets, check out the resources below:

Back to School Review

Summer Review

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